Pag. The old city of Pag was devastated by Zadar (Venice), but salt works next to which the town was built has been too important for economy. In 1443, the construction of a new city of Pag, the one we know today, began according to strict blueprints of the Croatian Renaissance sculptor and architect Juraj Dalmatinac and was completed in 20 years.
Senj. The town is one of the oldest on the Adriatic coast. It dates back to pre-Roman times, and still has remains from the Roman period when the settlement was called Senia, as well as from the medieval period with the first Croatian printing shop, baroque and neoclassical palaces where Croatian literature was written and first Croatian plays were staged.
Omišalj. Much has remained from the Middle Age town of glagolithic priests (they wrote in old Slavic alphabet). Especially attractive are: a town square, and a small square Cmiter with several architectural styles connected in a harmonius millenium course. Parish church, with its facade and a unique rosette made from one piece of stone, is a true historical monument.
Vrbovsko is rich with nature's beauty. Characterized by rich and dense woods, high mountains, clear mountain springs and rivers, green valleys between these "gigantic" peaks that are reaching for the sky.
Osor. Mountain Osoršćica with numerous caves (St. Gaudencius cave, Vela pit). Area of Punta Križa is a true national park rich with flora nad fauna, oak woods, and cave Jami in the centre. The shallows, east of town, with specific ecosystem.
Novi Vinodolski. The walls of the Roman Fort Lopsica, remains of the monastery of The Order of Saint Paul the First Hermit, Frankopan castle with a tower, cathedral, St. Trinity Church, St. Marin Church on a little island, Heritage Museum and Gallery, old town centre, original folklore. This is a valley with a 2000-year long tradition in wine making and there are varieties definitely worth trying.