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Rab – An island worthy of Royal family

Rab – An island worthy of  Royal family
Rab is a jewel worthy of Royalty. This was concluded recently in the British Sunday Mirror by the journalist Jennie Bond. She looked back at a time when 75 years ago King Edward VIII and his lover Wallis Simpson enjoyed the beauty of the island of Rab on the beach Kandarola. The reporter wrote that anyone who visits this island will discover a real pearl. Life on Rab is relaxed and the landscape varied, wrote the journalist who visited the island with her daughter, who on the other hand described Rab as a combination of the Carribean and Switzeraland, with beautiful beaches but also with green pine forests and small coastal villages.

Readers are recommended a ride around the island by a small boat where they can enjoy the hidden bays and beautiful sandy beaches perfect for families with small children. The journalist was impressed by the local gastronomy offer and domestic olive oil and lavender. She wrote how the old town of Rab took her breath away.

She concluded her report by saying how this is trully a hidden part of Croatia, worthy of discovering. She also wrote how the locals invited the newely married Royal couple Wiiam and Kate to spend their honeymoon on this island and reminded readers how William`s younger brother Prince Harry visited the Croatian island of Hvar this August.

The Tourist Board of Primorje-Gorje County
www.kvarner.hr

The Tourist Board of Rab
www.tzg-rab.hr
 
 

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