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Mountain climbing – Walking - Jogging

Hiking to each one of the island's peaks is possible using the marked footpaths: Sis has an elevation of 648m, Televrin of 588m and Gorišćak of 243m.

The expetionally mild climate makes it possible for sportsman, recreational sportsmen and all those who prefer activity holidays to take walks and go on hiking trips throughout the year

Seaside promenades and easy footpaths

Spread as far as the sea shore, follow numerous coves and small bays, passing through centenary pine-woods. The paths near the town centre and hotel are paved. In the southern part of the island they turn into less demanding hiking paths taking you down to secluded beaches.

Belvedere Monte Baston

Situated in Mali Lošinj. Covered with easy footpaths, surrounded with wooded park Čikat and joined by the seaside promenade. The belvedere is overlooking the town with port and neighbouring islands of Susak and Srakane.

More demanding footpaths

Suitable for active and experienced walkers as well as those who wish to experience the real hiking adventure. Intact nature and numerous belvederes with a breathtaking view of the archipelago make these footpaths attractive.

Hill of St. Ivan

The footpaths are less demanding with only few challenging climbs (from Veli Lošinj and Krivica cove). The magnificent view overlooking town of Veli Lošinj and islands of Ilovik, Male and Vele Orjule. Joined with seaside promenades. Accessible from the direction of Mali and Veli Lošinj.

Hill of Osoršćica and peak Televrin (589 m)

The highest peak of Lošinj offers a breathtaking view of the entire Lošinj archipelago, neighbouring islands (Rab, Pag) and Istria. Accessible from the direction of Osor, Nerezine and Ćunski.

General instructions

The more difficult footpaths require wearing strong sports shoes or climbing boots.It is necessary to take water or fruit juice, particularly in the summer.The hundred-year-old stone walls should never be pulled down.Should a stone fall down, put it back in place.The wooden latticed gates should always be closed behind you.When you come across an animal, behave naturally, calm down and watch.Follow the signs and do not use the paths without them.There are many unused footpaths on the island that are not suitable to take.

Note: On the islands of the Cres-Lošinj archipelago there are no poisonous snakes.According to a legend these islands were blessed by St. Gaudentius, Bishop of Osor, and poisonous snakes were banished forever.As long as the scientists do not provide an explanation, let us believe the legend.