Lošinj Island

Categories: Harbours and Ports, Mediterranean, Seaside

Lošinj is Mediterranean island in Kvarner,  artificially divided into two parts by a channel created in the area of Privlaka, where Lošinj is narrowest. The fauna is specific because the island doesn't have any snakes. Losinj Aquatorium is proclaimed a reserve for good dolphins which are inhabiting the sea around Lošinj. Residents are primarily engaged in tourism.

Lošinj Island

Lošinj is Mediterranean island in Kvarner,  artificially divided into two parts by a channel created in the area of Privlaka, where Lošinj is narrowest. The fauna is specific because the island doesn't have any snakes. Losinj Aquatorium is proclaimed a reserve for good dolphins which are inhabiting the sea around Lošinj. Residents are primarily engaged in tourism.

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