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Rab has its fair share of tourism, attracted by its pine forests and sheltered beaches. Most of the island's main attractions are found in the medieval street plan of Rab Town, famous for its churches and bell towers dating back as far as the 12th century. The Lopar Peninsula at the northern end of the island has over 20 beautiful beaches fringed with pine forests. The western and southern parts of these islands are rich with anchorages and small attractive old fishing villages.