Mošćenička Draga Mošćenička Draga developed at the end of the 19th century below the small town of Mošćenica, when people of the nearby places moved to the coast, primarily for fishing, and turned it into a small fishing harbour.
Mali Lošinj Mali Lošinj is the largest town of the island of Lošinj (the title that once belonged to the nearby Veli Lošinj) and its administrative centre (and that of the smaller adjacent islands).
Lovran A town of rich tradition and history, Lovran is one of the oldest settlements on the east side of the Učka mountain.
Lopar The area of Lopar on the north of the island of Rab has been inhabited since the Stone Age, and the wind, sea and bursts of water formed an interesting indented landscape with incredible beaches.
Kostrena The peninsula of Kostrena descends gently towards the coastline, with beaches strewn along its length.
Crikvenica The town of Crikvenica was founded on the estuary of the Dubračina river, at the location of the Roman station and settlement Ad turres.
Cres The town of Cres, the largest settlement on the island, was a harbor where ships could escape the bad weather due to its particular secluded position in the bay.