- St. Andrew’s church – the oldest building in Rabac
- ‘The Pearls’ – sculpture on a rock, made by famous Croatian artist Vasko Lipovac
- ‘The Woman Bathing’ – sculpture in a park next to the promenade, made by the artist Mate Čvrljak
- Prižnja Bay – stunning view over the island of Cres
- Prohaska – one of the most beautiful parts of Rabac, named after the Czech family Prohaska
- Some of the most beautiful Istrian beaches, all found in Rabac, known as ‘The Pearl of Kvarner Bay’
Enjoy Rabac, the pearl of Kvarner Bay, on the sea promenade with the most beautiful Istrian beaches. Start your adventure from the peninsula of St. Andrew and the small 15th century church of St. Andrew, the oldest building in the resort of Rabac. Take a selfie with an interesting sculpture ‘The Pearls’ located on a rock below the church, or standing next to the sculpture ‘The Woman Bathing’. Walk down the promenade and enjoy the beautiful view over the sea and the nearby island of Cres. At the end of promenade, you’ll get onto a gravel road leading to Prižnja bay from where you move toward Prohaska. Prohaska is one of the most beautiful parts of Rabac, named after the family of a merchant from Rijeka, originally hailing from the Czech Republic. They had a summer house built in this part of Rabac, but it was destroyed in the past.
After returning, choose your own intimate spot in one of the little bays with white pebbles and cool down in the crystal clear turquoise sea surrounded with aromatic scents of pine, rosemary and sage. Finish your walk with fun and recreation on the beaches of St. Andrew, Girandella and Lanterna marked with Blue Flag.