Just a look at the northeastern side of Lošinj's waterfront invokes the desire to approach it to find out the secrets of its islets and the rocks, above which is the distant bluish Velebit. Guarded by the bura and shallow waters, seagulls and grebe nest here, and dolphins consider it home. In the summer, when the famous bura is "on holiday," you can peek into this strange world of authentic "idyllic wilderness."
Depending on your wishes and needs, different sizes of excellent Cap Camarat speedboats are available, which, if you already have nautical experience, you can also rent without a skipper. We recommend that you begin your journey with the nearby (Vele and Male) Orjule islands, continue with Palacol and Oruda, and enjoy the beautiful sandy beaches of Punta Križa to finish. If some 300 Lošinj dolphins greet you, turn off the engine (they don’t like the noise), greet them and let them do their job. This is their world, and we are only their (occasional) guests.