I den smukkeste del af centrum af Rab har vi denne ejendom på 4 etager. Behøver fuldstændig renovering. Det kan være en villa lige for dig - det kan være et lille hotel, et gæstehus... Det har en smuk terrasse, den har en 425m2 have. Meget sjældent tilbud...
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Om Øen Rab
RAB, an island in the northern Adriatic, between the islands of Krk and Pag; area 93.6 sq km; population 9,205 (length 22 km). It consists mainly of limestone forming two elevated plains; the peak Kamenjak (408 m) rises in the northeast, and Kalifront (92 m) in the southwest. The Lopar peninsula is situated to the northeast, between the Lopar Bay and the Crnika Bay. Apart from the Lopar Bay, other larger bays include Supetarska Draga, Kamporska Draga, the Bay of St. Fumia (Euphemia). Rab has mild winters (an average air temperature in January is 6.7 ?C) and hot summers (an average air temperature in July reaches 23.2 ?C); a mean annual temperature is 15.3 ?C; the annual rainfall is around 1,000 mm. With 2,499 hours of sunshine a year, Rab ranks among the sunniest parts of Europe. The sea temperature in summer reaches up to 24 ?C and in winter up to 10 ?C. The limestone parts of the island, particularly Kalifront, are partly covered with underbrush and the forest of the Mediterranean oak, but cedar, mulberry and several pine species are also found there. In the interior, arable part of the island, olives, vines and vegetable are cultivated. - Hunting opportunities (pheasant, hare, rabbit and marten). Apart from the town of Rab, there are seven other villages: Lopar, Mundanija, Supetarska Draga, Kampor, Banjol, Palit and Barbat. There is a ferry line with the mainland (Jablanac - Misnjak and Senj - Lopar). - Traditional costumes have been almost completely lost, and of the traditional customs, only the traditional wedding ceremony has survived. Folk dances include "our dance of ring", "merezinka" and "mahlina". - Fishing used to be very important but tourism is the chief occupation of the present.
- 94 km2