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bay in Mali
Losinj offers a small, sandy beach and a longer pebble beach.
The protected bay is separated from Mali Losinj harbour by a
fragrant forest of towering pines which provides a shady shelter from the sunny beach. Losinj tourism began in this corner of the island. First there were aristocratic villas in the 19th century soon followed by luxurious hotels. The owners came mainly from Vienna and Budapest, bringing their opulent style with them. Some of the 19th-century style hotels remain, augmented by more modern hotels, artfully hidden in the pines.
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