Bakar is small town, distanced 15 kilometers south eastern from Rijeka, along the Adriatic coast. It is positioned in a deep charming same name bay. The town is constructed amphitheatrically, with the old town rising on edges. Castle from 16th century decorates the old center of the town, whilst new part with a port is tracking lines of the bay. Magical beauty of the bay was early recognized; tame slopes around it with picturesque vineyards surrounded rocky walls, and mild airs penetrating from the open sea into the mouth of the bay. It was a tuna hunting center on the Adriatic, whilst before it was merchant port, fishing, vine growth and ship building center with famous nautical school. Wrong industrial politics of former state shouted down tourism in this extremely attractive part of Croatian coast, yet, shouting of industries across Croatia in the past decade, brought back tourists in Bakar again. Bakar has about 7000 of residents and diverse accommodation capacities; private apartments, rooms, hotel and pensions. Proverbial kindness of natives appeals inquisitors as well as magical nature and cooling summer sea. Although on frontiers of Kvarner bay, the energy of it is captured in Bakar, too. Gastronomy offer is a mixture of Dalmatian cuisine with lots of fresh fish and herbs, influenced by continental spiced food. The fame of Bakar was first brought to Europe when in 18th century empress Maria Teresia stimulated villains of Bakar to grow Belina. It is a breed of grape which gives the famous sparkling wine, Bakarska vodica.