7.19 km, State Road D102
The Krk Bridge, 1.43 km long, connects the southernmost and the biggest Croatian island with the mainland. It consists of two arches, the Large and the Small Arch. The Tihi Channel Gorge is bridged by the Large Arch, and the Burni Channel by the Small Arch. The span of the Large Arch is 390 m, and this is the longest reinforced concrete structure arch in the world. The section is located on the state road D102.
The area where the bridge is built is open from the northern side, and it is subject to the strong gusts of bora, sometimes causing bridge closure.
On the island of Krk the users can visit many natural treasures among which the Glavotok special reserve and the Košljun Forest Park can be singled out.
RSF Kraljevica is located on the Krk Bridge.
Bridge toll is paid only upon crossing the bridge from the coastal side.