village in Istria, Croatia
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Njivice is a town in Croatia. It was once a small fishermen's village and is now a famous tourist centre today. They have a long tradition of private accommodation. The vegetation extends to the very sea and all the coast is one the large beach.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

Over the bridge from the Mainland (toll fee).

By busEdit

Arriva Croatia, a Rijeka-based bus company, runs fourteen buses daily from Rijeka to Njivice for 46 kn one way (82 kn return but if you buy return ticket to Malinska, the price is 76 kn, because of tariff borders). With the same buses Njivice is connected with other destinations on Krk Island as well as Mali Lošinj and Cres.

On footEdit

The beautiful seaside path from Njivice to Malinska called "Rajska cesta" is a great way to come to Malinska on foot. It is one of the most popular walking paths on Krk. The walk from Njivice to Malinska is about 6-7 km long and takes around one and half hours. Take enough water with yourself since you will pass nothing but forests, rocks and sea on the way.

Get aroundEdit



Swimming, sunbathing, drinking in the evening





Giong outEdit

Caffe bars: Columbo, Dundo

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