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Mali Losinj is situated in the Augusti bay (the largest closed bay of this group of islands), on the south side of the Losinj bay. Because of its location it has become a significant nautical, trade, and today a tourist center. It is the largest island town on the Adriatic. Mali Losinj was first mentioned in the 12th century when twelve Croatian families came to the island of Losinj, more precisely in the eastern coast of St. Martin bay. In the 19th century the “Small village” became a nautical town because of the sea and marine activities. This little town is adorned with countless natural beauties as well as numerous historical sites that testify about its turbulent past. Visit numerous Austrian aristocracy villas, the church of St. Martin (from 1450), and church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary-Annunziata (built in 1858), the church of St. Nikola (from 1857, dedicated to St. Nikola – a bishop and patron saint of seamen and travelers), fountain (two bottlenose dolphins in a stone shell that eject sweet water, erected in the name of the arrival of running water from the Vransko lake to Mali Losinj in 1960), Stations of the Cross (in the southern part of the town there are chapels which represent the 14 stations of the Cross), Fragrant island garden ( a garden of the island medicinal plants in Mali Losinj), park forest “Cikat”, Ambroz Haracic monument (Croatian botanic, taught in the maritime college in Mali Losinj), Josip Kasman monument (world famous opera singer, born in Mali Losinj), parish church of the Birth of Blessed Virgin Mary ( it is an aisled church which holds the relics of St. Romulus and the image of the birth of Blessed Virgin Mary at the altar) and numerous other. Mali Losinj is rich with beautiful beaches and coves such as Bojcic, Kadin, Krivica, Pijesak, Borik beach, Veli Zal beach, Poljana, Suncana cove, Englezi cove, Valdarka and Zabodarski in which you can enjoy swimming and relax under the shade of pine trees. Sports and active vacation lovers can enjoy windsurfing, jet-ski, water skiing, tennis, riding, diving, underwater fishing, basketball, football, cycling, panoramic flights, parachuting, walking, hiking and numerous other activities. Each tourist and visitor will surely have fun in Mali Losinj. The fun never ends, even during the summer months, be it on some of the balconies or one of the clubs. There are numerous bars and discotheques for those who enjoy a night on the town until the early morning hours, such as “Energy”, “Coctail bar”, “Priko”, “Zanzibar” and “Sarky pub”. Over the summer, numerous cultural-entertainment manifestations are organized in Mali Losinj, such as “Fisherman games” (take place in the sunny cove) and fun program (St. Martin cove). If you are a gastronomy enthusiast and want to savor the island specialties, visit one of many restaurants and taverns in Mali Losinj. We recommend you visit the restaurants “Veli Zal”, “Villa Mozart”, “Losinjsko jidro”, as well as taverns “Lanterna”, “Odisej” and “Val di Sole”.
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* prices for June 2017 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days