Things to see and do - Opatija
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Opatija Travel guide
Opatija : Michelin's recommendations
At the far end of the gulf of Kvarner, the terraces of Opatija are built on a luxuriously green hillside which drops down into the sea. Its blue waters and late 19C villas and manors are reminiscent of the French Riviera. This likeness has even earned it the nickname of "Nice of the Adriatic".
Tourist attractions Opatija : Things to see and do
Šetalište Matka Laginje HR - 51410 Opatija
This pedestrian promenade skirts the coast linking Volosko to Lovran for 12km at sea level. It will take you past villas and gardens, some of which create a tunnel of greenery, to small creeks where a few boats bob up and down. Along the way, benches..
HR - 52425 Hum
Eleven monuments which pay tribute to the monks who preserved the national Glagolitic script are lined up along this "alley", created alongside the road between 1977 and 1985. The brainchild of the poet Zvane Crnja, founder of the Cakavienn..
HR - 52425 Hum
This lovely drive shaded by chestnut trees (splendid view of the surrounding countryside) leads to the gate of the town, dating from the 16C, which is made up of several zig-zag bronze doors. It is topped with a 1552 campanile, two-storey square towe..
Zert 8 HR - 51410 Opatija
Pava Tomašića 2/2 HR - 51410 Opatija
Hotel Kvarner, built in 1884, is the oldest Croatian hotel and features an outdoor swimming pool and a private beach. It offers free Wi-Fi, an air-conditioned restaurant and a summer terrace above the sea. Guests can enjoy the well-known Angiolina Pa..
Marsala Tita 108 HR - 51410 Opatija
Prix Prices from : 71 €
The luxurious Hotel Bristol in Opatija has been carefully renovated, radiating imperial Austrio-Hungarian architecture with wrought iron balcony work and a splendid interior. The Viennese Café Palme serves delicious coffee or tea. You can also sip r..