Atrium Residence Baska

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Emilia Geistliche 34-39, Baska, 51523, Croatia
Atrium Residence Baska
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 31% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples83
  • Solo0
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Travel Tips for Baska

Bascanska ploca

by frankyboy5

Petar Dorcic, a local priest, discovered the stone in the floor of the early romanesque church of St Lucija in Jurandvor near Baska on the island of Krk, in 1851.

The preserved text was sufficiently long to make it a valuable source of information concerning the development of glagoljica lettering, as well as the croatian language. It confirms the existence of Croatia from the early days, mentions King Zvonimir and shows the northern borders of his domain on the island of Krk.

The text was partly deciphered in 1865, but only fully understood in 1875. Initially it was assumed that it bore some secret message, but subsequently it became clear that it describes a gift from King Zvonimir to the church of St Lucija. Amongst other things, the text lists witnesses at the gift presentation, as well as the year when the church was built. The stone slab itself reportedly dates from the year 1100.

This historic relic remained in the spot where it was found until 1934, when it was handed over to the Academy of Art and Science in Zagreb for safekeeping. In it`s original place in the church of St Lucija in Jurandvor a convincing replica was erected.

Small imitations of the slab are offered in many shops to the tourists as souvenirs.

Velebit: the ex-hotel

by d_d

Velebit was a famous hotel in last century. Then it declined.
Nowadays, people are working to adjust it, and it will probably become a new and modern hotel.
By the way, into Velebit there's a nice restaurant.
Located on the promenade.

B A Š K A

by Aurorae


Baška is a bit cut off from the Krk-Punat complex, at the very south of the island and among the naked scenery. There are vegetationless rocks surrounding it, but if you hike in the paths above Baška, you'll find various vegetation, as well as at the rest of the island.
It is famous for the big pebbled beach (but since it's facing the open sea, there are waves all the time), that looks like one of the tropical beaches. :)
But, even more, it is famous for the ancient document "Bašc'anska ploca" stone board, stone carvings in glagolic alphabet. Today the original is kept in the museum in Zagreb, while the copy is set in the place of origin, in the church where it was.

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