Rab Cathedral and bell tower
The Rab Parish Church of St Mary, which was consecrated by Pope Alexander III in 1177, is one of the most famous churches in Croatia dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady. Its construction began in the 5th century, after which it was extended several times before the Baroque period. The Cathedral keeps the relics of St Christopher, patron saint of the island of Rab. The beautiful Romanesque 12th-century bell tower (which you can climb), located a dozen metres away, is 26 m high.
Rab Tourist Board
T: +385 51 771 111
*Climbing the bell tower is at an additional charge. Opening times are 10:30-13:00 and 19:30-22:00. Children must be accompanied by parents.