The marina is centrally located on the island of Lošinj in Kvarner region. The capital - Mali Lošinj it is located west of Privlaka channel through which you can shorten your way to islands Rab and Krk. Coming from the west you enter the Marina between the islands Murtar and Zabodaski and the entrance is from the east through the channel.
At the breakwater along the curved quay, one can mo...
or up to 18 m yachts at mooring lines and on each of the 84 berths is a power and water connection. Despite the well-protected position in the bay, the south wind can be a bit uncomfortable and it is recommended not to moor too close to the quay wall. Dry berths are not available in the marina. In the reception building are the sanitary facilities with showers and toilets, which are up to date and are very clean and well maintained.
In the western part of the port, a new gas station was built which can serve several yachts at the same time and near it are some parking places available.
Shopping in Mali Lošinj In the neighboring ACI Marina there is a small supermarket and a shop of nautical gear. Many other shops are 2 km away in Mali Lošinj. In addition to the two major supermarkets just outside, in the center of the village are some smaller shops, bakeries and butchers and a rich fruit and vegetable market and during the morning a fish market is opened.
Food and Leisure in Mali Lošinj For those who wish, a breakfast can be ordered the previous night at the reception of the marina and be served directly on board in the morning. The restaurant in Mali Losinj Marina is located in the reception building and offers Mediterranean cuisine along with a beautiful view of the bay and you can also enjoy the sunset in the evening sipping a cold beverage. In the village itself more restaurants, cafes, and taverns have settled around the harbor of the city port.
The historic town of Mali Lošinj offers many interesting sights and art lovers can enjoy a visit to the art gallery. Those interested in sports, excellent opportunities are at the nearby beaches and hikers and cyclists can explore the island along numerous routes.
The staff at the marina are very helpful and friendly. They assist with mooring and will help you in any way they can. We had intended to stay 2 nights, but left after 1 night as the noise and swell made sleeping impossible. Price is reasonable given the popularity (who knows why) of Mali Losinj!
What I didn't like:
You are right next to the fuel station, so it is always busy and there is a scum over the water of fuel and oil - so no possibility for swimming (even our dog we didn't let swim the water was so dirty) The wall is very high due to this being so exposed, a lot of swell and noise throughout the night, we literally had no sleep and left early the next morning. There is a restaurant at the marina - food looked OK, but we didn't eat here. Distance to the town is 2.5km walk about the same in the tender, but don't expect to be able to leave the tender anywhere on the city walls, we were forced off in 3 different spots. This would have to be the WORST city for boats in Croatia!