• 11.01.2022

Worth visiting

Mali Lošinj
The church of St. Martin from 1450, situated in the town graveyard, where you can read the history of Lošinj from the tombstones.The priests who used to serve in this church were Glagolitic monks.They also served as notaries and drew up testaments, contracts etc. for the local people.
The parish church of the Nativity of the Virgin and the piazza from 1696-1775.It is a three-nave church with relics of St. Romulus and a painting of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary on the altar
Numerous villas of Austrian aristocracy
The monument to Ambroz Haračić (1855-1916), professor of the Nautical School, who studied Lošinj’s climate and vegetation
The Nautical School of Ambroz Haračić in the form of a ship with a navigating bridge
The Art Collection of Andro Vid and Katarina Mihičić and the Piperata Collection of Old Masters, containing some twenty oils on canvas and water-colours by Italian, French and Dutch painters from the 17th and 18th century.
The church of St. Nicholas from 1857, dedicated to St. Nicholas, patron saint of sailors and travellers
The monument to Josip Kašman (1847-1925), world-famous opera singer from Mali Lošinj
The Lošinj Aromatic Garden – a nursery of the island medicinal herbs in Mali Lošinj.Accompanied by a qualified guide, visitors can find out about the rich island flora, the medicinal properties of the island plants and buy an original island souvenir.