The first and largest medieval summer fair in Croatia, Rabska fjera is based on tradition started 21st of July 1364, when the City Council of Rab decided to celebrate and honor King Louis the Great who freed them from the Venetian rule, as well as holiday honoring St. Christophor, patron saint of the town of Rab. Fjera used to last for 14 days celebrate and praise the saints powers that supposedly saved the town from destruction. The entire island goes back in time during those days. Small artisan stores move to the streets, so you can have your belt or a perfumed pomade made infront of your eyes, while your hair is being braided with tiny flowers into a typical do from the medeival times. Freshly fried šulčići are served and at the beach an entire fishermen village is built altogether with the traditional tools, machines and even toys for children. Air is filled with the song and music, while tuna, fritule, cheese and wine are served to passers by.Find out more
Island of Rab
An ideal place to rest
The eponymous town of Rab is situated on a narrow strip of land that creates a special panorama sailing ships with four towers which attracts many visitors. A number of Gothic and Renaissance palaces, crkbe and steeples, the Roman city walls, old streets and lodge testify that Rab was special in prehistoric times. With the city of Rab, the island has seven other idyllic places; Barbat, Palit, Kampor Mundanije, Supetarska fisheries and marine. In each of these small villages Moog find beautiful coves and beaches, and promenades and numerous accommodation units such as apartments and rooms.