Marina Lošinj is open year round. It is located on the northeast side of Mali Losinj harbor, between the Prolaz Privlaka canal and the quay for passenger ships. Next to the marina, you will find a shipyard.
. Marina Lošinj is a Flagship Marina with breath taking views on the Mali Lošinj bay and the old town centre. Mali Lošinj's location, natural beauty and cultural heritage add to the beauty of the marina.
The Marina Lošinj was built because the hundred-year-old tourism tradition, impressive natural beauties and the convenient traffic connections Mali Lošinj – the airport, road and ferry links – called for a new nautical center in the Adriatic. The marina offers visitors the latest technology services, and a spectacular view of the Mali Lošinj bay at the heart of the old town.
Mooring: There are 150 berths for yachts up to 20 m.
Sightseeing: Mali Losinj is a small town and tourist resort in the southeastern part of a large and well protected bay on the island of Losinj. The town evolved from a small village to a famous tourist attraction between the 18th and 19th centuries due to the growth of shipbuilding business. This town is also famous for its unique architecture. It has an exquisite style of houses called "captain's house" that stand in Mediterranean gardens with architectural features from late Baroque and Classicism. Some of the other interesting sites to see are the church of St. Martin, built between 1450-1490, and the church of The Nativity of Our Lady from 1696.
Cres and Lošinj islands have an interesting story in the way they were formed. In the old times they used to be one island but were later separated by an artificial canal at Osor. This was an attempt to facilitate sea trade on what used to be called the Amber Route. With this bold endeavor, Lošinj, which had been almost uninhabited until the middle of the 13th century, developed into a leading regional maritime power by the 19th century. And it was quick to become a tourism center. A century of tradition in tourism, phenomenal natural beauty and excellent traffic infrastructure (airport, rebuilt roads and excellent ferry connections) are the keys to the development of this popular Adriatic destination.
Back in the 19th century, Mali Lošinj had six shipyards, making it a European shipbuilding and shipping trade leader. Sailing ship business was at its hype between 1855 and 1870 when Lošinj’s sailing ships had more than 1.400 captains and sailors in navigation. This strong maritime tradition dating back to ancient times, is diffused into the atmosphere of this town. But that is not nearly all. The island has been famous also as a spa destination for centuries. The island’s climate fragrant with many medicinal herbs and numerous seaside promenades come together to create a unique spa tourism experince. The introduction of the latest technologies catering to boaters add to the charm of this newest nautical center in the Adriatic.
Facilities include a reception office, water and electricity hook ups, showers and toilets, a hotel, a restaurant, café/bar, laundry, mini-market, fuel and a charter fleet. Various repairs are possible.