Unije

Categories: Nature, Seaside

Unije is the westernmost Croatian island permanently inhabited. It belongs to the archipelago between the islands of Cres and Lošinj. The island has only one settlement on a gentle slope next to the largest bay on the western part of the island, which is low and easily accessible. The island can be reached both by a ferry and a catamaran.

Unije

Unije is the westernmost Croatian island permanently inhabited. It belongs to the archipelago between the islands of Cres and Lošinj. The island has only one settlement on a gentle slope next to the largest bay on the western part of the island, which is low and easily accessible. The island can be reached both by a ferry and a catamaran.

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