Klimno is situated on the eastern part of the island, just 10 minutes drive from Krk bridge. With its old tourist tradition it is famous for its rich catering offer in the restaurants that offer seafood and other specialties with the mandatory autochthonous wine, apartments and private villas. The Klimno bay includes the villages Klimno, Soline and ?iži?i. Soline is famous for its salt pans which date back to the pre Roman period, and today for its more notable tourist offer in private accommodation. The locality of Meline, famous for its healing mud, is situated between Soline and ?iži?i. The above mentioned mud is used for healing gout, so much so that many people, satisfied by its healing properties, happily return here. ?iži?i is the village which on one side has been reclaimed by the sea, whilst on the other the rich green areas prevail. Klimno is the largest village in the bay and one of the oldest in the area. This is proved by the existence of the small chapel of Saint Clement which dates back to 1381 with its Glagolitic inscription. Sea and nautical tourism lovers will feel comfortable in Klimno with its many offers for navigators as it provides boat anchorage as well as workshops for making and repairing vessels.