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Along with the city of Rab, the island has seven idyllic villages: Barbat, Banjol, Palit, Kampor, Mundanije, Supetarska Draga, and Lopar.
The island Rab prides itself in rich cultural heritage and cultural-historical monuments.
choice for a relaxation or recovery holidays and specially beloved during the summer season for the family vacations.
Rab's culture, history, nature, and most importantly, people who will make your holiday an unforgettable one.
Fot the 2011, Rabis absolute winner and stood as the best destination of the year in Croatia. Rab's cooks and bar-tenders are among the best in Croatia and have also won many international prizes.
For the epicures, it gives many tastes from the traditional Rab kitchen based on sea fruits, local vegetables and meat seasoned with aromatic herbs and spice.
It's tourist industry won many prizes as the best destination in its tourism past and in present times.
Among many prices, Rab recently (2005) received the Silver Award on european competition for town and villages in bloom 'Entente Florale Europe', and EUROPEAN UNION PRIZE FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE / EUROPA NOSTRA AWARDS.
Here everyone has a choice: from sand, rocks to pebbles... As with elsewhere on the Croatian coast, Rab has a wonderfully warm climate, ranking among the sunniest parts of Europe.
Island has no industry plants, so the nature is protected and the islanders make their living predominately through tourism, trade and traditional crafts. Main economies are agriculture, fishery, ship building, trade and tourism.
With its mild climate, the soft island air, luxurious vegetation, the clear dark blue sea and the hospitality of the inhabitants the island Rab has been a tourist magnet already for 120 years.
For example, the old town in the city Rab is very well preserved and authentic with the rare preserved romanesque monumental architecture.
Some of its cultural and historical monuments are among the very important and beautiful architectual monuments auch as the church and bell tower of St. Andrew, the City lodge and the Palace of Nimira, to name the few.