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Summer vacation in Kvarner islands sure sounds like a dream. Due to its boost in popularity, finding accommodation in this Croatian gem is of great importance. That is why Villsy offers you 13 villas to rent in Kvarner islands. The renting prices can vary, with the average weekly rate for these holiday homes being € 1290. The most affordable villas start at € 890, while more expensive ones start at about € 2040 weekly.

Our guests seem to favor the month of July for their stay, as that is when most reservations are made. Similar to other tourist destinations in Kvarner, villas are usually reserved in advance. Therefore, don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any help when booking a luxury villa in Kvarner islands.

Villas for rent on the Kvarner islands

Croatian villas with swimming pool for rent on the Kvarner islands Krk, Rab, Cres, Lošinj and Mali Lošinj Croatia is simply beautiful and especially popular with holidaymakers are the Kvarner islands. The Kvarner Bay is located on the upper Adriatic in Croatia, between the peninsula of Istria in the west and the Croatian coastal country in the east. The most important place on the Kvarner bay is certainly the port city of Rijeka. You can spend your holidays on one of the inhabited Kvarner islands Krk, Pag, Cres, Lošinj, Rab, Susak, Unije, Ilovik, Male Srakane and Vele Srakane. Here you will find many important and very traditional tourist resorts, such as the sophisticated Opatija and Lovran. The climate of the region is mild and the diverse vegetation is clearly Mediterranean. So you will find beautiful forests with oleander, chestnuts growing next to tangerines, kiwis and lemons. The four beautiful islands of Krk, Cres, Losinj and Rab are located just off the mainland coast of the Kvarner Gulf. Forests with huge pines as far as the eye can see, ancient fortresses steeped in history and small picturesque fishing villages merge into a veritable painting, which presents itself to the eye. Krk is the largest Adriatic island and also the most visited among the Kvarner islands, because you can reach them easily and uncomplicated over a bridge, which is located at the northernmost tip of the island and this connects with the mainland south of Kraljevica. The most traveled part of the island is the south side, with the cities of Krk and Baska being the most popular tourist destinations. Cres, Losinj and Rab are a little less crowded, but have their own flair and you also have the opportunity to find a small secluded beach all to yourself. In recent times, an effort was made to connect Cres and Losinj with a bridge. Interestingly, by the way, these two islands were originally one - but a very long time ago. Because the separation took place through the construction of a canal by the Illysians in 1600 BC. This should allow better shipping traffic. There are very few places on the islands and, with the exception of the cities of Cres, Mali Losinj and Veli Losinj, there are usually less than 100 inhabitants in them. Cres and Veli Losinj are very pretty little dreamy harbors and Mali Losinj, located in a natural bay, is big enough for boats to dock. The Kvarner island of Rab is very different from the other Croatian islands. Because if you look from the mainland to Rab, the eastern side of the island seems to be completely bare of vegetation. This results in an almost colorless picture because there are absolutely no shrubs, trees or grass. However, the island is particularly fascinating, especially at sunset, when the bare rocks are bathed in wonderful colors. The other side of the island is all the more fertile and grows there wine, olives, almonds and lemons. The capital of the island is Rab, an idyllic medieval town with lots of distinctive church towers.

Getting to the Kvarner islands

Traveling by car to Croatia, in this case the Kvarner bay is very popular, because one is locally flexible and independent. The Croatian seaport Rijeka on the northern Adriatic Sea is the starting point to the popular islands in the Kvarner bay. For the approximately 560 km you should calculate depending on the traffic about 6 hours. The plane is the most convenient, fastest and hassle-free way to get to Croatia and the Kvarner islands. Rijeka Airport is located on the island of Krk and is typically the destination airport for a holiday on the Kvarner islands. So, if the island of Krk is the destination, this is the best option. There is also the option of Zadar Airport, which is 132 kilometers away from Stinica Ferry Port. If you arrive by plane, you do not have to do without your own car, but you can of course hire a car on site.

What to do in the Kvarner islands

All the islands are ideal for beautiful walks, as you can admire beautiful landscapes, historic buildings and picturesque villages. In addition, water lovers and water sports fans are sure to get their money. And then of course you can enjoy your own villa with swimming pool to the full!

Why use Villsy?

At Villsy you can easily book online and be sure to get hand-picked villas on the Kvarner islands. We constantly check the quality, equipment and condition of the offered villas with swimming pool, so that your well deserved Croatia vacation is a real dream. The holiday makers is a 24/7 service available, the competent and friendly to help you!