With over six thousand inhabitants in fifteen urban settlements, Krk is the largest city and the administrative, cultural and social centre of the island of the same name. It is located on the southwestern part of the island, within a beautiful cove on the border with Puntarska draga. As one of the oldest urban settlements in Croatia with a rich cultural heritage and a series of historical sights and continual growth of tourist indicators, Krk is part of a narrow circle of the most attractive tourist destinations on the Adriatic.

The third largest stone wall in Croatia, whose parts due to findings date from the time of Christ, and the extremely preserved medieval core of the city every year delights and breathlessly leave thousands of visitors. This ancient city is full of monuments, of which the walls, the Frankopan Fortress, the Kamplin Square, the Town Hall, the Great City Gate and the Cathedral are especially noted.

As a result of its rich history, the domicile population strives to preserve various medieval events during well-visited summer months. This is why visitors will often say that the city is boasting of fairy-tale romanticism and nostalgia for old times.

Like the rest of the island, the submediterranean climatic conditions prevail in Krk, long, warm and dry summers and mild winters with some wind and rain and plenty of sunny days.

Apart from its rich cultural heritage, the city of Krk describes excellent economic indicators that mark it as the most developed Croatian island town. Although the city is expanding rapidly, numerous hotels and luxury apartment complexes and other tourist facilities are carefully matched to existing city architecture without disturbing its historical backdrop.

Infrastructurally, Krk follows the highest European standards in terms of traffic connectivity, urbanism and spatial planning, natural resources management, ecological treatment and disposal of waste, and the cleanliness and quality of numerous swimming pools, camps, fitness parks, cycling trails and walks. There are also numerous blue flags that city baths receive as the highest quality sea accolades.

In accordance with the features described above, Krk offers numerous social activities from outdoor events and organized excursions to art exhibitions, gastronomic offerings in restaurants and bars, and nightlife. What the city of Krk makes is especially attractive are markets, small and big crafts, homes for the elderly, health resorts and health institutions, as well as numerous other daily facilities that make it one of the few islands and seaside towns that "live the whole year ".