Situated at the end of the island in the bay, surrounded by a view of the vast blue of the imposing mountain range, with a beach that stretches along almost the whole place, Baška becomes an image that hardly fades from the memory. This is where the walk through the old town small, narrow, cobbled streets, old houses decorated with photographic attractive chimneys, or by the sea along the waterfront, where weathered, colorful boats capture the eye,remains anybody indifferent.
Men's hill embellished Mrgari and marked tourist promenade are a real treat for those who love nature, scenic views and silence.They , do not like to be "tired" on vacation, and want "something more", can walk and discover the Baška Glagolitic path (35 Glagolitic letters sculpture in stone placed at different locations) or to visit the Ethno House, Museum, St.. Lucy in the place Jurandvorwhere the Baška tablet was found, and much more intersting cultural content. And those who simply want to spend a hedonistic vacation will find their place on the beach , in a caffe by the sea, or just enjoy the gastronomy as well as nights in the evenings . All this should be reason enough to check whether the Baška is , as they say, a place that you visit once, you always return.