Risika will win you over with its beautiful sandy beach of St. Marek and gorgeous, idyllic nature. Risika is a village on the eastern coast of the Island of Krk, it is about 6 km from Vrbnik and 25 km from the bridge away. Risika is a scattered village, and it has about 150 permanent residents. The abundant nature around Risika, the seductive scents of aromatic plants and the seaside smell is best experienced when you take a walk through the marked walking paths to the nearby hidden coves, to the dreamy castle Gradec of the Krk Counts Frankopans, to the freshwater source Rovoznik or up to the vineyards in the field of Vrbnik...
Risika offers beautiful beaches, unique nature and idyllic rural retreat. Besides, Risika has an ideal location on the Island of Krk, which allows you to reach all the major places on the island of Krk in 15 minutes drive. Therefore Risika is an excellent choice for your holiday on the island of Krk.
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Risika is best known for the beautiful sandy beach Sv. Marek. In addition to this sandy beach, you have at your disposal also smaller romantic bays Javna and Melska with their beautiful pebble beaches.
Risika is an ideal destination for those who want to spend their holidays close to nature and in the idyllic calm.
Speaking of the events in Risika, the swimming marathon between Vrbnik and Risika, which takes place at the end of July, is definitely worth mentioning.
A unique experience is the manifestation "Gradec on the moonlight" which takes place in a special atmosphere in the abandoned medieval Frankopan fortress Gradec, near Risika.
We suggest that you also enjoy the folk festival of St. Jerolim in late September.
From the sights, we want to emphasize here the parish church of St. Jerome and the ruins of the fort Gradec, home of the Krk Counts Frankopans. Gradec is situated west of Risika, on the old road to the neighbor village Garica.
We must also mention the ruins of the church of St. Mark, above the homonymous sandy beach. Here are also the foundations of a Roman fortress and the remains of a Roman villa rustica are still visible under the sea.
Risika was first mentioned in the 13th century and it is probably named after the plant heather (erica).