During the summer months, Croatia often hits the headlines of the most popular websites and magazines. Just recently, Vogue wrote an article, titled: A Place Less Travelled: Losinj, Croatia.
-Croatia may be crowded in the summer months, as tourists flock to its beautiful beaches and sunny climes, but there are a few hidden gems if you know where to look for them - including the picture-perfect island of Losinj – writes the Vogue.
The article really take you to this beautiful Croatian island!
-A relatively undiscovered jewel of an island to the north of Croatia, with air quality so pure it’s been proven to improve lung health - thanks to the salt-spray from the sea - hundreds of thousands of Aleppo pines planted over 100 years ago, and a unique geographical micro-climate. Beyond all this, there’s the world-class spa, stunning natural beauty of the azure-coloured sea, several top-notch hotels to choose from. So why isn't it a crowded tourist hot spot? Despite the island's fairly central location, in the northern Adriatic at the mouth of the gulf of Kvaerner, it remains quite hard to reach (although an airport has recently opened up thats allows a small number of private planes daily) – explains Vogue, continuing with tips – what to do, where to go and what to eat.
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