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[9 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

There are only seven surviving statues of the ancient Greek athlete Apoxyomenos in the world, one of which was found right here in Croatia. More than two thousand years old ancient bronze statue of an unknown author was found in 1999 in the sea near the island of Lošinj, wedged between two rocks at a depth of 45 meters. Over two thousand year old athlete was lifted from the depths of the sea and after almost seven years of restoration returned to its former glory.
The statue represents an athlete, a …

Tourism »

[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

At the invitation of UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization), the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj, was recently admitted to the UNWTO Knowledge Network. It is an international program whose mission is to support Member States’ actions in all matters relating to tourism innovation and knowledge, science and technology, in order to enhance competitiveness and global development in the field of tourism.
UNWTO has recognized the Tourist Board of Mali Lošinj as an institution with innovative approaches to business and strategies in tourism. Special projects, such as ‘the …

Hotels, Tourism »

[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The reconstruction of Hotel Punta in Veli Lošinj, worth 12 million euros, will begin in the autumn of this year. The new edition of this four-star hotel should receive its first guests in May 2012. This is the result of an agreement between Jadranka Hotel d.o.o. and strategic partners, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The reconstruction of Punta is part of the investment cycle started in late 2007, under which all the hotels under the umbrella of ‘Jadranka’ should be restored and converted into a category of …

Tourism »

[8 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]

The Tourist Board of Mali Lošinj has recently implemented a project of interactive digital panorama of Lošinj presented on its website. With this pilot project, Lošinj has become the first pace in Croatia which will offer its guests the most advanced research tool for a tourist destination.
The digital panoramas are interactive “canvases” created by the merging of a series of photographs on which there are designated “points of interest.” Combining these photographs enables an overview of a larger area from a distance and the very high resolution allows you …