“BIKING KRK – Feel good!” is a promotional campaign of the Tourist Board of the island of Krk intended for the development of cycling tourism on the island of Krk. For the fourth year in a row, in cooperation with all the island’s tourist boards, a number of both traditional and new cycling events have been promoted under a common name, with the aim of popularizing active holidays on the island of Krk.A series of seven bicycle races began with a joint active weekend in Omišalj and Malinska, followed in the coming weeks by weekend programs and cycling gatherings for all ages in Dobrinj, Baška, Krk, Dubašnica and Punat.Manifestacija „Biking Krk – Feels good“ pruža đirade po cijelom Krku, pritom spajajući lokalnu gastronomiju, tradiciju i doživljaj što je i smisao turizma. Brojni krčki ugostitelji pripremili su promotivne cijene proljetnih delicija poput krčke janjetine, šparoga i šurlica, uz tradicionalne zlatne kapljice vrbničke žlahtine.. Sve kroz zajedničku poruku Feel God. „The network of Krk promenades and bicycle paths is systematically arranged and marked, and today it covers an impressive 600 kilometers, and if those road routes are added to them, the number of kilometers available to cyclists is even higher. With the help of a new island cycling map, which unites all parts of Krk“They point out from TZO Krka.There is also a mobile app recently Krk Bike through which tourists can search for bicycle routes, from road, MTB and trekking, and where all the service and tourist information is. You can see the entire bicycle map of the island of Krk hereAn excellent tourist story and an example of how only joint efforts and merging tourist stories can create quality content and a complete tourist product. That is why it is important to brand one story, in this case the island of Krk, as a whole, and not for each city, ie the tourist community to develop and promote itself, without looking at the bigger picture. Guests do not see the borders we have set for ourselves, but see the island of Krk as a whole, as well as other tourist regions (Dalmatia, Istria, Slavonia, etc. ()Also, it is very important to complete the whole story with local tradition, gastronomy and cultural offer because that is the meaning of tourism, to offer a complete tourist product.
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