Mali Lošinj

The road lined with pines and oleanders along the coast leading to Mali Lošinj is an experience in itself, and then – the bridge! At that point, the island is only 80 m wide.

The very centre of the town is nestled around the picturesque harbour with two waterfronts that merge into a spacious triangular square.

The largest town on the Adriatic islands (5,577 inhabitants), it grew into the main centre of this archipelago during the 19th century thanks to the flourishing of seafaring and shipbuilding, and, from the end of the century, to the development of firstly health tourism followed by bathing tourism.

Mali Lošinj lives “to the fullest” throughout the year. 

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