Kamenjak hiking trail
Kamenjak, with its peak at 408 m, is the highest and largest mountain massif, of limestone composition, that protects the island from cold northern influences.
- From here you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Velebit mountain massif and of the nearby archipelago, the islands of Cres, Lošinj, Silba, Olib, Krk and Pag. On a clear day, when the visibility is extremely good, you can see the mountain of Učka, which is the highest peak of Kvarner, Sis, which is the highest mountain peak of the island of Cres and towards the south the islands of Ugljan and Molatac, which are almost 40 miles away.
- The best and most encompassing panoramic view of the island of Rab can be enjoyed from the top of the mountain of Kamenjak. The settlements of Barbat and Banjol are located at the foot of Kamenjak, along the coastline and the Channel of Barbat, towards the south. In the southwest of the island a woodland area covers the karst peninsula of Kalifront. The flysch valleys of Supetar-Mundanije and Kampor, separated by a flysch reef, are situated in the centre of the island. A flysch area - the Lopar peninsula - is located in the northwest of the island and is characterised by numerous shallow sandy beaches. We should also mention the bays of Supetar and Kampor for their extraordinary beauty.