A doorway in the Old Town wall opens to the gorgeous garden terrace of this party hub, also a cavernous two-floor indoor club. It is often the liveliest bar in Krk, with drinkers packing in from early in the evening. The garden has a great bar, which serves cocktails until 2am but go inside for DJs from Italy and Croatia, live music and later drinking.
A summer disco in the heart of Krk Old Town pumps out mainstream pop and disco hits for lighthearted holidaymakers. Guest DJs from around Europe break up the regular beat. The crowd is predominantly young but because there are few other places around, there is a little more age range than in most Croatian clubs. Open at sporadic weekends in winter.
Even with an Old Town setting and over-the-top decor, the Tajana feels like a local. The big, marble-covered bar counter, the pool table and fruit machines create a comfortable environment for regulars and visitors to step off the busy tourist thoroughfare to chat and nod their heads to a nice mix of rock and dance.
Half-a-dozen large tables, shared with strangers, and a stunning terrace enjoy gorgeous sea views atop a stretch of Old Town fortification. This place gets packed after dark, when rock and disco numbers mingle with the animated conversation of the young visitors. It’s also popular for coffee during the day.
A downtown cellar done up in black, with a genuine boa inside a terrarium, draws a young crowd for local DJs and guests playing commercial electronica and techno-based dance music. Opened in 2006, this is Malinska’s only club since the Crossroad closed down. Its sister club in Rijeka is one of the fancier places in that city.
This harbourside café still bustles day and night with a young, party-minded crowd, squeezed into an enclosed terrace overlooking the harbourfront and a two-floor indoor space. After dark, DJs play mainstream party tunes for summer abandonment.