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Baška (Italian: Bescanuova) is situated in the valley of the same name at the very southeast of the island of Krk in Croatia. The best known feature of the area is its 1800 meters long pebble beach, the longest, and the largest one on part of the Adriatic sea. Of historical and cultural monuments we can mention the church of St. Lucia with the Bašćanska ploča.

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From the bridge follow the signposts for Krk town and then for Baska, which is around 45 km from the bridge. If you are driving be careful when passing Obzova, the highest part of the Krk island as the road is very narrow and has very sharp bends.

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