The popular tourist town Lovran is located south in the Opatija Riviera, at the northern beginning of the Kvarner Bay, and is named after the laurel, which is widespread there.
The varied landscape that offers everything from attractive beaches to the evergreen forests in the mountains and the Mediterranean climate are just some of the reasons why Lovran has been visited by travelers from all over the world for more than 100 years.
The old town enchants the visitor with its historical charm. Sights include the Romanesque chapel from the 14th century and the 12th-century Georgian church. Furthermore, various exhibitions and events with local dishes and traditions, as well as a wide range of leisure activities in the city are offered.
Two further highlights are the ascent to Mount Vojak, which offers a view over the entire coast and partly to Italy, and a walk on the Lungomare, which connects the places of the Riviera of Opatija on the promenade of Lovran and a magnificent view of the granted endless sea and a picturesque landscape. Opatija itself is part of the Riviera as well as Volosko, grown on Opatija, Icici, Ika and Moscenicka Draga, to the south.