Mali Lošinj Ferries

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How to reach the port of Mali Lošinj


A single road (D100) cuts the island of Lošinj longitudinally, connecting the various towns. Thanks to a movable bridge that connects the island of Cres with Lošinj, it is possible to move around Mali  Lošinj by carYou must first embark by ferry from Brestova (approx. 50 km south of Rijeka, Rijeka in Croatian) to Porozina (one of the two ports of Cres *) and then reach Ossoro (Osor), the town of Cres from where, every day, at certain times (generally at 9 and 17), the bridge connecting the two islands is lowered. 

* The other port of Cres is Merag. The route in this case is: Valbiska (island of Krk or Krk, in Croatian) - Marag (island of Cres or Cres in Croatian). 


The Autotrans company, the main transport company in Western Croatia - present in Istria, the Kvarner archipelago and Dalmatia - guarantees mobility on the island of Lošinj. There are also bus lines from Rijeka (Rijeka), Zagreb (Zagreb) and Ljubljana (Ljubljana).


In Mali Lošinj you can also move easily by taxi.

Airport connections - Port of Mali Lošinj

The island of Lošinj has an airport equipped to accommodate national and international flights. Mali Lošinj is about 6 km from the airport. The distance can be covered both by taxi and by public transport. The bus stop is located near the port. 

Parking near the Port of Mali Lošinj

There are several guarded parking lots in Mali Lošinj. These parking areas are managed by a multiservice company whose website we refer to for more information. Under "PARKIRALIŠTA" the list of guarded car parks with relative price lists.

Ticket offices on the Port of Mali Lošinj

Liberty Lines - Riva lošinjskih kapetana, 8

Shops within (or near) the Port of Mali Lošinj

Near the port of Mali Lošinj there are countless commercial activities: bakeries; convenience store; souvenir shops; clothes shops; bar; restaurants; ice cream parlors and pastry shops.

What to see near the port of Mali Lošinj

Those arriving by ferry or hydrofoil in Mali Lošinj can start their visit immediately. In fact, just near the port, there is Palazzo Fritzy, since 2007 the site of a museum that hosts two permanent exhibitions: a collection with works by Italian painters from the 16th to the beginning of the 20th century (Giuseppe Piperata Collection); and another with the works of the Croatian artist Andro Vid Mihičić. 

Not far from the Fritzy Gallery there is the Museum with the statue of the Athlete of Lošinj (Apoxyómenos)It is a bronze statue, probably from the Hellenistic period, found by chance in the mid-90s during an underwater dive. 

The churches are also very beautiful. The most famous are the Duomo, the Church of San Nicola, the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the  Cemetery Church of San Martino  and the  Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed VirginThe latter is located along the coast, near the bay of Čikat, about a kilometer from the old town, and hosts numerous  votive  offerings of the Mali Lošinj sailors. 

In addition to the Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, Čikat Bay is also famous for its  Underwater Historical ParkIt is a submerged park - which can therefore only be visited by licensed divers - in which 11 different historical objects found in the depths of the island are exhibited. Among the works present, of course, there is also a bronze copy of the Athlete from Lošinj that we talked about earlier.

Lastly, but only for exhibition reasons, the beaches. Mali Lošinj boasts numerous bays and pebble beaches. Among the many we point out the beaches of the Aurora and Vespera hotels and the  Čikat beach, in the bay of the same name, the latter particularly suitable for families with children (another family beach is, instead, in Veli Lošinj, in the Rovensca bay).