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To yachtsmen, Mali Lošinj offers the lively atmosphere of a typical small town on the Adriatic, plenty of berths in the marinas on the north-eastern shore, at the far end of the harbour and at the waterfront itself. Many choose to stay here for a few days, sailing out daily to one of the coves on the island’s southern coast, or to the islets of Unije, Srakane, Susak, Ilovik, Veli Orjul and Mali Orjul.
or yachtsmen, the island of Rab is an ideal place to come and stay for a few days, particularly when the peak summer crowds thin out. With its four belfries, which makes for a unique skyline, the town of Rab boasts a Renaissance heritage that stands shoulder to shoulder with Hvar and Korčula.The majority of yachtsmen find mooring in the marina on the northeastern side of the port. The best place in town to spend a night is on the other side of the peninsula, in the long and spacious bay of St. Euphemia, where the belfry quartet ends, close to the tiny cove of Palit, where sailors can take advantage of many small jetties. On the northern side of this cove is the 13th century Franciscan monastery of St. Euphemia, after which the bay is named.
Punat (Krk) – Supetarska Draga (Rab)
Supetarska Draga (Rab) – Ćifnata bay (Rab) – Silba island
Silba island – Molat island
Molat island – Saharun bay (Dugi otok) – Premuda island
Premuda island – Ilovik island – Krivica bay (Mali Lošinj) – Susak island
Susak island – Veli Lošinj town – Oruda island – Rab town
Rab town – Punat (Krk)