Southern Krk is a geographical term referring to a part of this island of its own. This area begins in the hinterlands of Punat and Vrbnik and extends through the two plateaus and their steep slopes that enclose the Baška valley, besides Stara Baška the only inhabited area in that part of the island. At first sight, the plateaus are an area of an almost untouched and “harsh” nature, marked by a strong influence of wind. The area which has been barely touched by human hand. However, looking at it more closely, it is a cultural landscape very much imbued by a lot that is human. The panoramic views presented in this publication comprise a random choice of certain localities, perhaps in preparation for a more comprehensive edition. They could also be seen as a kind of supplement to the excursion maps issued by the Punat and Baška Tourist Boards - a supplement that is trying to “seduce” you to feel the urge to bear witness to this area yourself, or at least to some of its parts.