Valun, a typical fishing village sheltered by the Pernat Bay, and located along the Cres Bay, is widely known for the discovery of the famous Valun Plate. The plaque was found in the church of St. A stamp located in a village cemetery.
This exceptional document, extremely important for the history and culture of Croats in the region, dates from IX. century, and today can be divided on the wall of the parish church of St. The boulder plate is known for its well-preserved bilingual inscription, one in Glagolitic and the other in Latin.
Accommodation is easy to find, either in private apartments or in a small, well-kept camp, especially suitable for all those who like to spend their free time in close proximity to nature. But Valun is primarily a city known for its gastronomic specialties, especially shellfish and other seafood, prepared professionally and with great care, according to only traditional recipes.
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