Park Angiolina

The coastal town of Opatija, Croatia is home to one of the most beautiful parks in all of Europe. Park Angiolina Opatija is a lush green paradise that offers visitors stunning views and an unforgettable experience. With its winding paths, fragrant flowers, and vibrant trees, it’s no wonder why this park has become one of the top tourist destinations in the area. Spanning over 20 hectares, this park is home to numerous species of flora and fauna, with many gardens and pathways for visitors to explore. It has been a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike since its opening in 1885.

The park was named after Angiolina Khuen Belasi, who was the wife of the mayor at the time. She had a passion for nature and wanted to create an outdoor space where people could relax and enjoy all that nature has to offer. As such, she created this serene oasis surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation.

As you immerse yourself in its natural beauty, there’s something special about Park Angiolina Opatija that makes it stand out among other parks. It’s a place where locals gather to celebrate life’s milestones with friends and family while taking a break from their daily routines. You can find people playing sports games or having picnics while enjoying the stunning views of Kvarner Bay over the horizon.

In the park you’ll find the famous Villa Angiolina which houses a museum with an impressive collection of artifacts from both modern and ancient times that tell the story of Opatija’s past. Visitors to the museum will find fascinating items ranging from archaeological finds to art pieces crafted by master artisans.

The Villa Angiolina Museum includes both indoor and outdoor areas where visitors can explore its vast collection. Inside, visitors can get up close with archaeological treasures such as Roman coins and marbles as well as paintings from the 18th century depicting famous Croatian scenes.

Read what others share about their experience

  • Dan Maarek
    8 months ago
    The museum was closed but it was worth the walk (not straining since everything is close there) as...
  • Luca Paiusco
    9 months ago
    Beautiful park in the city center, well managed. A bit of peaceful shadow under the August sun.
  • Janko Cervenski
    9 months ago
    Very nice garden for walk around. Also nice view to surrounding, sea, islands.
  • Marek Sroczynski
    9 months ago
    Very nice part for a walk.
  • Denis Troter
    a year ago
    Its a place you have to visit in Opatija Trees and flowers incredible All clean and maintained well

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