Lošinj archipelago

A mild climate, rich biodiversity, a pleasant environment and 250 cultural and entertainment events – these are just some of the reasons why Lošinj has become famous as the island of vitality in the international market.
Health tourism is an important tradition here and it has been on offer for more than 125 years. The combined fragrance of thick pine forests and medicinal herbs create unique aromatherapy in the open.
High quality seas and supreme air quality with over 200 days of sunshine and 1018 plant species, of which 939 belong to indigenous flora, make Lošinj the ideal aromatherapy centre and a modern destination of vitality, health tourism and environmental awareness. 

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The village located on the Island of Cres, at the very edge of the Lošinj town area, in the middle of a plateau whose western side slopes gradually and gently to the sea, while the eastern side plunges to the azure below.
  • _Belej


Ćunski is situated 8 km from Mali Lošinj. It was built on a hill which was the site of one of many prehistoric hill forts on the Island of Lošinj. Cultivating the fertile fields nearby, many settlers eked out a livelihood and so the settlement grew and developed to its present-day borders. 
  • _Ćunski


Until recently, the islands of Ilovik and Sv. Petar were mentioned under a common name, first as Neumae Insulae (in Greek, neuma means "sign") and since the 13th century as Sanctus Petrus de Nimbis or in a later, Venetian, version San Pietro dei Nembi. 
  • _Ilovik


Mild climate, rich biodiversity, pleasant atmosphere and 250 cultural and entertainment events – these are just some of the epithets that helped position the Lošinj Archipelago on the world market as the Island of Vitality
  • _Lošinj

Mali Lošinj

Mali Lošinj is the largest settlement on the island, located on the southern side of the Bay of Lošinj, which, thanks to this position, has become a very important maritime and commercial centre, and today, also an important tourist destination. 
  • _Mali Lošinj


To the left of the main road, at the foot of Osoršćica hill, lies Nerezine, the first village we encounter on the Island of Lošinj. 
  • _Nerezine


Where the islands of Lošinj and Cres almost meet, lies a small town that experienced its moment of glory in ancient times. 
  • _Osor

Punta Križa

Punta Križa is a real national park rich in flora and fauna. On the way to Osor, turn off the main road and journey into greenery.
  • _Punta Križa


Susak is a unique island in the Adriatic Sea, both by its genesis and appearance. The ancient winds deposited thick layers of fine yellowish sand onto the limestone plate and since time immemorial people planted reeds around their fields. The roots of the reeds, in search for water, penetrate deep into the soil and protect it from erosion. 
  • _Susak

Sveti Jakov

Sv. Jakov (St. James) is a small fishing village above the sea on the northern part of the Island of Lošinj. It is the smallest settlement on the island. Nerezine is 2km and Mali Lošinj 15 km away. Olive groves surround the village and the coast has sandy coves ideal for swimming.
  • _Sveti Jakov


Unije, the largest of the islands surrounding Lošinj, was populated through all historical periods due to a favourable geographical and traffic position at the entrance to Kvarner, several sources of fresh water and vast fertile land. 


Only a few kilometers from Belej, descending down the beach towards the west, lies Ustrine, where the ruins of ancient villas and the remains of vast amounts of old tiles, urns and pottery bear witness to the origin of a Roman settlement.
  • _Ustrine
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