Rab is one of the most picturesque islands in the Adriatic, where the Mediterranean's full range of hues is on full display. It boasts a wide range of stunning natural landscapes and several superb beaches.

The region's rich history has countless landmarks and a rich cultural heritage that dates back to pre-Roman times. Numerous life stories of famous persons of the past are intertwined with the island, examples being: Saint Marinus, the patron saint of the Republic of San Marino, was born in the city of Rab, and During their 1936 visit to Rab, King Edward VIII of England and his wife, Wallis Simpson, sailed into the harbour on their yacht Nahlin.

Enjoy the summertime's rich cultural scene - visiting the mystical Rapska fjera festival transports you to its miniature universe, making for a vacation beyond your wildest dreams.


  • Rab's four bell towers date back to the eleventh century and serve as the town's and island's symbol.
  • Rab Cake is an exotic dessert recipe that is over 800 years old. Indulge in authentic regional products like olives, figs, grapes, and honey.
  • Take a taxi or walk up Kamenjak hill for a breathtaking sunset view and some delicious regional cuisine.

Cruises to Rab