A hidden gem in Croatia
While the Camino de Santiago is perhaps the most famous pilgrimage route in Europe, it’s not the only one worth exploring. On the picturesque island of Krk in Croatia, there exists a lesser-known but equally enchanting pilgrimage route known as the Camino Krk. In this blog, we’ll take you on a journey through this hidden gem, sharing what you can see and experience along the way and providing insight into the length and history of this remarkable path.
A Unique Pilgrimage Experience
The Camino Krk is a remarkable pilgrimage route that offers a different kind of experience compared to the well-trodden Camino de Santiago. Located on the island of Krk, the largest of Croatia’s Adriatic islands, this path combines natural beauty, cultural heritage, and spirituality, making it a must-visit destination for pilgrims and hikers alike.
The Length of the Camino Krk
The Camino Krk covers a distance of approximately 200 kilometers (about 124 miles). While this is a shorter distance compared to some of the Camino de Santiago routes, it provides ample opportunities to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Krk and explore its historical and cultural treasures.