Senj (about six thousand inhabitants) - is situated in Lika-Senj (Gospić is administrtivno, cultural and administrative center of the county). Along its coast Senj has countless bays in which there is still untouched nature with a large number of attractive beaches. Senj is located at the foot of the mountain Velebit which is the largest in Croatia. Senj is famous for its fortress Nehaj from šesnaestog century, which was suitable for the defense of the invasion of the Venetians and Turks. Over the Velebit Vratnik Senj is connected to the interior of Croatia. Senj is located on the Adriatic tourist road connecting it to the west from Rijeka, and in the south from Sibenik, Split and Dubrovnik. In the immediate vicinity of the Velebit Nature Park, and National parks Kornati, Krka and Plitvice. Senj was founded more than three thousand years ago on Mount Cook (east of today's headquarters). Due to the development of trade, the population moved to the foot and founded a new settlement which was first mentioned back in the fourth century BC. In the second century BC, control of Senjo assume Romans. During the fifth to the seventh century, this area is coming to town barbarians Senj crash and burn. Senj is re-established in the Middle Ages.
Population of the town of Senj is engaged in agriculture, fishing and tourism. Thanks to the developed industries in their gastronomic offer mostly have local specialties (extra virgin olive oil, cheese, ham, lamb, shrimp, lobsters, mussels, and various high quality wines). Hospitable hosts Senj are, for your needs, prepare a large number of apartments, sports facilities, taverns, restaurants, pizzeria, cafe, cultural and entertainment events (concerts of classical music, art exhibitions, guest artists estradnih, dalmatian song and dance groups). For tourists looking for nightlife, there are nearby destinations where one can visit the discotheques and night clubs. The town of Senj from the southwestern and western side are the islands that will provide opportunities for Robinson holidays, which is still a chance to visit the Senj.