Marina Lošinj - A Flagship Marina with Spectacular views on the Mali Lošinj bay and the old town centre.

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Location

Lošinj

In the old times the islands of Cres and Lošinj used to be one island. The islands were later separated by an artificial canal at Osor to satisfy the needs of sea trade on the so-called Amber Route. Lošinj, which had been almost uninhabited until the middle of the 13th century, developed into a leading regional maritime power by the 19th century. A century of tradition in tourism, astonishing nature and an advanced traffic infrastructure (airport, rebuilt roads and excellent ferry connections) are key to the development of one of the most beautiful destinations in the Adriatic.

Mali Lošinj

The town of Mali Lošinj had six shipyards back in the 19th century making it a European shipbuilding and shipping trade leader - Lošinj’s shipping in second half of 19th century counted almost 150 sailing ships. Sailing ship business peaked between 1855 and 1870 when Lošinj’s sailing ships had 1.400 captains and sailors in navigation. The maritime tradition dates back to ancient times, and it’s influence is felt everywhere one goes. The beneficial effects of the island’s climate led to Lošinj’s acclaim as a spa destination. Untouched nature, numerous seaside promenades and the fragrances of medicinal herbs come together to form a unique "Island Experience". Furthermore, the introduction of latest technologies, catering to the sea-faring guest, creates prerequisites for the development of the newest nautical center in the Adriatic.

Marina Lošinj

Mali Lošinj's location, natural beauty and cultural heritage are the key ingredients of the Marina Lošinj mosaic. A Flagship Marina with Spectacular views on the Mali Lošinj bay and the old town centre