Many people at the mention of Mošćenička Draga immediately visualize in their minds a long pebble beach stretching across the center. This beach, a symbol of the city, is called Sipar and is considered to be one of the largest and most beautiful beaches of the Opatija Riviera. If we start our waterfront walk south we will find a series of charming ancient villas which some of them are more than 100 years old. We can also see a monument erected for the partisan army that in 1945 liberated Mošćenička Draga and continued with the liberation of the Croatian coast. Now we reached the beach of St.John, and in the vicinity there is also a nudist beach called FKK Senjavac.

On the way from Mošćenička Draga to Brseč there are 2 beaches Jelenščica and Uboka, and right next to Brseč in a cove protected by cliffy rocks you can find a real gem, the pebble beach Klančec. The coast of Brseč is full of small sandy and deserted coves unfortunately reachable only by boat.

History lovers and adventurers should not miss the mythical historical path Trebišće. The route is about 15 km long and historically the most interesting part is the territory between the villages of Trebišća and Perun, for which the researchers believe inhabited the first Slavic immigrants on the Kvarner. Here the visitors can get acquainted with the history of the old Slavs, their customs and beliefs.

Sports and nature lovers will enjoy the famous race Učka Trail which is held every year and is part of the Kvarner Trail series. This is a trail running contest but also a journey through the protected areas of Učka Nature Park with a wonderful view of the Kvarner Bay and the islands, as well as the continental part of Istra.

If we start our waterfront walk south we will find a series of charming ancient villas which some of them are more than 100 years old. It is important to remember the ancient Villa Istra which dates back to the beginning of the 20th century.