A medieval town located on a 157- meter shore cliff
Narrow lanes, small traditional houses with colourful wooden doors, ripe grapes hanging from vines and a stunning view of the sea from a 160-metre-high cliff. This is Brseč, a small coastal town that grew up around an ancient castle, and where you can still feel the spirit of medieval times as you walk up its ancient stone steps. To spend a holiday in one of the typical rural houses with their flower-decorated windows offering magnificent views of the sea and Kvarner islands is always a memorable experience. The town also abounds in valuable historical and cultural monuments. The small Church of St. Magdalene, which is located outside the old town on a steep cliff above the sea, offers stunning views of Kvarner Bay. Brseč also hosts various interesting events, such as the Brseč Blues Festival.