Mali Losinj Boat Rentals
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About Mali Losinj
Mali Losinj is a small town on the island of Losinj in Croatia. It has a beautiful climate and lots of resorts and accommodation for tourists. The island is shaped by big bays and lush forests. It’s a stunning place to relax and enjoy a vacation by the sea. It’s in the northern part of Croatia in the Adriatic Sea and is much quieter than other Croatian cities like Split or Dubrovnik.
The best time of year to visit Mali Losinj is during the shoulder seasons of summer. This includes May and June and September through October. The peak summer months of July and August are when a visit will be the most expensive. This is also when Croatia completely fills with tourists. Even though Mali Losinj is not one of the popular Croatian destinations, hotels will be more expensive during July and August. The winters in Croatia are usually mild, but too cold to enjoy swimming in the sea.
To get to Mali Losinj, the closest airport is on the nearby island of Krk, Rijeka. It’s a small airport but still offers quite a few international flights. There is also an airport in Pula. From these airports, you can take a bus or a ferry to reach the island of Losinj.
Mali Losinj Boat Rentals
Renting or chartering a boat is a great way to enjoy the Adriatic and the surrounding area of Mali Losinj. The island is a gorgeous place to explore, with lots of little coves and beaches, as well as other nearby islands that you can see.
Chartering a boat with a captain is a stress-free way to enjoy sailing the seas. Choose from motor yachts, catamarans, powerboats, and monohull sailboats. Soak up the sun from the deck of your boat as your crew provides a memorable experience. You can book a boat charter for a day or even a whole week, which will give you ample time to explore Losinj and surrounding islands of Croatia.
If you'd rather rent a boat for a day of exploring with your travel mates and family, rent one on your own! There are lots of choices including rib boats, center console boats, yachts, and sailing boats. The boat owner can give you tips on where to go around Losinj so you'll have some insider advice for your day of boating. Cruise to Male Orjule, an uninhabited island not far from Losinj.
Stopping for a swim and a snorkel is a must while in Croatia. If you rent a boat, be sure to bring some gear so you can take a break from cruising and snorkel off your boat for a while. Chartered scuba diving trips leave daily from Mali Losinj, and it’s a fantastic destination to go for a dive or learn how to dive and earn your certification. The water of the Adriatic is calm and clear with high visibility, so you’ll be able to see a lot beneath the surface.
Tubing behind a boat is another fun activity to do while in Mali Losinj. If you have thrill-seeking kids (or adults!) who love being pulled behind a boat at high speeds, flying over waves, then try out a few hours of tubing. The surrounding scenery of the Croatian islands makes it an extra special experience!
Boating Events in Mali Losinj
Mali Losinj has hosted various sailing and boating events over the years. Recently, a rowing regatta in traditional pasara boats was held in Mali Losinj as a part of a festival celebrating sailing in Losinj.
Other Things To Do
If you’d rather spend a day on land while staying in Losinj, there are several things you can spend your time doing. Check out the Apoxyomenos and the Losinj museum for an interesting look at the history and culture of the island.
There are many great waterfront restaurants in Mali Losinj. Try some delicious Croatian and Mediterranean cuisine at places like Bocca Vera, Restaurant Alfred Keller, and Restaurant Rosemary.
For families with kids, a day spent at the Čikat Aquapark is guaranteed to put a smile on everyone’s face. There are big water slides and pools to splash and cool off in.
Marinas in Mali Losinj
The primary marina on Mali Losinj is Marina Losinj. This is the place to go to admire gorgeous sailboats sitting in their berths. Take a stroll and watch the sunset over the sparkling Adriatic. This is also a tourism center, so you can get any tourist information that you might need. There is also a waterfront restaurant. The staff at the marina can help you plan your boating experiences and give you advice about the surrounding area. It’s located very close to the town center, so it’s easy to reach on foot, but there is also a parking lot if you are driving while in Mali Losinj.