Crikvenica

Crikvenica

Crikvenica (literally church, dt. Cirknenz outdated, ital. Cirquenizza) is a city on the Croatian Adriatic coast, about 37 km from Rijeka and one of the major resorts in the region. The 2011 census is, according to the population of Crikvenica 11,122 inhabitants. Neighboring towns of Crikvenica are Kraljevica, Novi Vinodolski and Selce. Crikvenica has a sandy beach (Croatian Crni mol), which is caused by the Sandanschwemmungen.

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