The seafront paths, which are intended for most part of the strollers, follow the coastline of the island and lead to many bays. There is also Rajska cesta which is well-known promenade built before World War II and which, by its beauty, attracts many strollers and swimmers and connetcs Malinska with Njivice, a neighbouring tourist seaside resort.
On the other side, across the piny bay of Rova, the seafront path connetcs Malinska with Vantačići. There are many big and small beaches, some of them are natural and other are artifical. The seafront path leads you through Porat, a former fishing resort, with a beautiful small port and then to a five centuries old monastery of St. Mary Magdalene which is worth visiting. Further away from Porat the seafront path becomes steep in some places and there are also some parts of rough ground but it leads you to the bay of St Martin. The path is attractive because of its untouched nature, beaches and a beautiful view of the whole Kvarner. On the belvedere situated not far away from the bay of st. martin there is a monumental crucifix worth visiting.