Active tourism Mali Losinj
Active tourism is a temporary travel and stay, which is the main motive for recreation, outside his residence. Because of the need to participate in physical activities, visits and desires for watching various sporting events or any active or passive involvement in sporting activities on a personal level or the organized tourist destination for tourists prepare a variety of sports and recreational offerings. Thus, the capacity of accommodations are sports fields, gyms, fitness gym and other sports and recreational facilities are increasingly under the control of professional trainers. For lovers of active tourism prepared various adventure specialties such as rafting, kayaking, scuba diving, paragliding, climbing the cliffs of mountains, diving the depths of the sea, the wild nature cycling, caving, air tourism and other ordinary and unusual sports. The nature of man's movement, and accelerated pace of life, stress and more sitting and not moving during the work, on vacation people make up sport.
On the north coast of the seventh island per large in the Adriatic Sea, in the bay of Augusta is situated Mali Losinj. It is the biggest, administrative, cultural and financial centre and the major harbour on the island. Mali Losinj it's the biggest town with amphitheatre type of construction on Adriatic islands.
The history of Mali Losinj is known since the XII: century, while for the first time is mentioned in 1398 under the name of Malo selo (little village). Even if the city started to develop around the church of St. Martin from the XV: century in the homonymous bay, the main church is the one of the Born of Our Lady from the period XVI/XVII century.
On the island its possible to get to with ferry lines from Brestova over Cres, Rijeka, Zadar or Valbiska on the island Krk. The habitants of this picturesque town are dealing with agriculture, fishing, shipbuilding and navigation and of course tourism. Tourism here was developed in the 80'ins of the XIX. century. Gravel beaches, numerous green paths and promenades and the...