Lošinj is a Croatian island with a highly indented coastline, especially in its central and lowest points near the town of Mali Lošinj. Its numerous bays have low and easily accessible shores. They’re typically rocky, with parts covered in white pebbles, which gradually transforms into a seabed made of sand. The sea is crystal clear, often with an emerald green shade, due to the pine trees growing right by the shore. Lošinj gives you a unique choice between two “types” of sea: the first being oriented to the open sea (the south-west), with sun shining brightly right until it sets, and the second being set against the backdrop of the Velebit mountain range (the north-east), with plenty of morning sun. Sunshine or shade, warmth or chill air – the choice is all yours.

The island of Lošinj welcomes pets and they even have their own beaches equipped with dog waste bins. These beaches are located in the Čikat bay (Annunziata), in the Srebrna bay, in Kovčanje (a bay located opposite the port of Mali Lošinj), in the Valdarke bay, and in the Artatore bay (including a dog shower).
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