It is a fishing village area on the seafront of Opatija. There are many restaurants and cafes nearby. You can enjoy your meal while watching the sea view.
Super quiet village, friends who like quiet must not miss it. I really like the place on the shore, the tranquility, the charming sea and the small houses with red roofs. People enjoy life here without speeding up life at all. Vorosco is a beautiful area, and there are many delicacies near the port. From the port, you can see a wide promenade. Just outside the mansions, there are many concrete beaches and some rocky beaches for tourists like me and my girlfriends. Volozco is a nice fishing village. My best friend and I visited some interesting buildings. The fishermen’s houses and their picturesque chimneys are well worth the trip. The most interesting buildings in Voloskot are the Church of St. Roch and the Church of St. Anna. San Roque is a small temple with two bells on the small arch above the entrance, and a third bell above the two arches. The Church of St. Anna is a single church. The decoration is very rich and the whole is really beautiful. On sunny days, my best friend and I took a very pleasant walk here. We enjoyed the beautiful scenery here. We really didn’t want to leave. We wanted to stay here forever. Practical TIPS: 1. The Church of St. Roch rarely opens. If you want to visit, you must know when it will open in advance. 2. Volozco is very close to the center of Opatija. You can walk from the center of Opatija to Volozco Scenic address: Obalno setalista Franza Josefa I, Opatija, Croatia
Opatija is Sissi's favorite holiday paradise. This seaside town is quiet and laid-back, with verdant trees, beautiful villas, colorful buildings, statues and churches, and you can feel the simple and peaceful atmosphere of life everywhere. The iconic attraction of Opatija is the "Girl and the Seagull" statue (Djevojka s galebom/Maiden with the Seagull Statue)