Apartments - Family Ruza & Ivan Kurelic - Supetarska Draga 433
About 6 km far away from the city of Rab, as a natural extention to the Mundanija valley, embracing the bay in which it's situated there is Supetarska Draga. The place recived its name from the church and benedictine abbey of St. Peter which date back in the XI. century. The curch/basilica of St. Peter is the oldest romanic curch in Croatia and with its beauty attracts worshippers and art lovers. The Draga valley is divided in two parts: Gornja (upper) and Donja (lower) Draga.
The island of Rab is part of arhipelago which is locate in the Kvarner Bay of Adriatic Sea in the northern part of Croatia. Beside the little town with the same name as the Island there are seven other idyllic places which are situated in different corners of the island: Barbat, Banjol, Palit, Kampor, Mundanije, Supetarska Draga and Lopar. There are appoximately 9000 inhabitans who live mostly by agriculture, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism.