Milohnići

Milohnici

Milohnici is a place situated in the western part of the island which was built in the 15th century when this part of the island was settled by the residents from the nearby Velebit.

Today there live 86 inhabitants who are mostly engaged in agriculture, fishing, and more recently tourism.

 

Tourism in Milohnici

Although a small place, it has everything you need to meet the demands of tourists. The sea is only 2 km away and the nearest beaches are mostly pebble and rocky surrounded by greenery.

There are two restaurants that offer excellent local food. Although there is no built hotel accommodation, friendly hosts have private accommodation, apartments and rooms on disposal.

Near Milohnici is Glavotok, where tourists can visit Franciscan monastery and the protected forest reserve but also church of St. Krsevan near Milohnici.

In August, in Milohnici is held folk festival that attracts many visitors from all over the island.

The ferry port Valbiska, which connects the island of Krk with islands of Cres and Rab is 5 km away from Milohnici so, for those who spend vacation here, day trips to neighboring islands are unavoidable.

Milohnici is the ideal place for vacation in a quiet environment.
 
Beaches
 
Bujina
 
The wild bay near Milohnići is called Bujina and can be reached by a gravel path from Milohnić. On the way to the beach you have to walk a few hundred meters through the forest. It's a quiet beach in a sheltered bay with rocks and rough gravel. Because of the distance, in the high season you can still find a nice, shady spot. There are other beautiful beaches and coves within walking distance of this bay. Near the parking lot there is a 12th century church of St. Krševan, which you can visit along the way.