Have You ever heard of Rab? It is an island in Kvarner, North Adriatic bay in Croatia. The whole island has around 9000 of residents and it is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia due to its beautiful nature, beaches, cultural and monument heritage and many events, particularly the Rab Medieval festival - Rapska Fjera. The biggest town is Rab. Barbat is a settlement on the southeast coast of the island. It stretches 3 kilometers along the coast, offering it’s guests beautiful sandy beach Pudarica and Barbat’s canal, a strait which island Rab creates along with the oblong islet Dolin. It is the place especially appealing to surfers and yachtsmen, so, Barbat has a slick store with sailing equipment and spare ship segments. In Barbats modern well-equipped boatyard for the repairs of motor-boats, where one can find a crane of up to 30 tons capacity and a dry-dock for boats of up to 120 tons. About 1000 of Barbatians are offering you best accommodation in their private apartments and, although many of them live from the incomes of tourism, they still haven’t forgot their land, sheep, growing crops and grapes and beekeeping. Their organic products will find the way onto your tables while you enjoy clean bluish sea and healthy air. Antique lovers will be delighted by the remains of the Early Christian church and the Greek fort on the St. Damian hill above Barbat, along with other Medieval remains and the breath of the past that shimmers in the atmosphere of the whole island.