Mali Losinj ferry port in Croatia connects you with Pesaro in Italy with a choice of up to 2 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Mali Losinj to Pesaro crossing is from 2 hours 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Gomo Viaggi.
Found on the western coast of Croatia, bordering the Adriatic Sea, Mali Losinj is a town in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar. There are many ferry routes leaving from the port, with the vast majority heading to other tourist resorts belonging to Croatia.
Regarded as Croatia’s best kept secret, Mali Losinj offers a landscape that greatly differs from the quintessential summer holiday destination. Instead of beaches littered with tourists and bars frequented by young Europeans, Mali Losinj hosts beautiful quaint houses surrounded by endless green hills. Losinj hasn’t been flooded with tourists like much of Croatia, yet the beach is a popular spot for visitors because of the white sand next to clear blue waters. For a real treat, head to Cikat Bay, the most protected and picturesque area, where dolphins can be seen swimming relatively near the coastline.
As well as the sandy beaches, there are pebble beaches that are perfect for a day relaxing in the warm weather whilst sampling the delicious food and drink. In the unlikely event that the climate doesn’t reach the usual high temperatures, the museum is a highly regarded tourist attraction and is well worth a visit.
Part of the reason Mali Losinj attracts less visitors than other Croatian resorts is the difficult accessibility. To reach the region, visitors need to get the car ferry then drive for an hour, so it’s not the most conveniently placed location but the journey makes it more enjoyable. The town is relatively small so it can be covered entirely by foot, though there is also a bus service in operation.