Pension Preka is situated in a place/village called Supetarska Draga. That fertile valley is embraced by upper and lower Draga. Village Draga is very interesting for the boat owners because of it s position. from there they have an ideal opportunity to visit and explore the other nearby islands like Lošinj, Cres, Krk, Pag, in a short time. In the valley of the same village, you can also explore historical heritage, like the Basilica of St.Peter from the 11. century and the oldest water-mill on the island.
Just near our house You can find market place, marina (there You can lift and put down your boat in to the sea), exchange office, and restaurants.
Apartments Preka offers:
- parking for your car
- mooring for boats on a private waterfront
- possibility of boat trips and fishing (on request )
- complete bedding and dishes
- swimming pool
Rab is an island of sunshine, and this is no more phrase, for according to statistics it has 2,417 hours of sunshine a year. The sun shines on the island in June, July and August ten hours a day. Rab is the southernmost of the islands in the bay of Kvarner, with a mostly Mediterranean vegetation. When you have left the bare, somewhat savage looking ferry harbour of Mišnjak, the island begins to be seen in a completely different light. The vegetation is luxuriant, and because of the Mediterranean climate, as well as with the indigenous holm or holly oak, Rab is covered with evergreen forests.
The crystal-clear Adriatic Sea laps the unspoilt and diverse shores of the island that make the whole island a unique seaside resort. .
The island offers a beach to everyone’s taste: rocky beach in the west, pebble beach in the east, and sand beaches in the north of the island.
Gornja and Donja (Upper and Lower) Draga have spread round the Draga Bay. The people of the Dragas have also combined modern and traditional ways of living, and this is easily sensed in tourist industry. There are guests who come back to the same hosts year after year, while new arrivals are quick to become attached to the place and the people.
Draga is also interesting to people who come in boats; they are not limited to mooring off the shore, but can stay briefly by one of the neighbouring islets, Maman, Srednjak or Sailovac. Islets are attractive with their clean and protected sand beaches and bays, and rich undersea life around them is discovered to the sport fishermans.