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Unforgettable Lošinj

Crystal clear waters, pristine pine woods mild Mediterranean climate and long sunny days – the Lošinj Čikat cove really has been blessed by Mother Nature. The air is fragrant, the promenade meanders by the sea, the hotels lure with their cozy rooms and lounges, promising peace and quiet away from the daily hubbub. Hotel Bellevue, Boutique Hotel Alhambra and exclusive villas sprinkled around the cove will become your home away from home and make you want to return year after year. The five-star Bellevue really has it all – your holiday really begins the second you step into the grand lobby furnished with carefully selected designer pieces.

 

The Bellevue Spa Clinic soothes and relaxes body, mind and soul, offering head-to-toe restoration. Try signature treatments Pedi:Mani:Cure by Studio Bastien Gonzalez and Valmont cosmetics to be reborn in your own body. Boutique Hotel Alhambra is the most romantic hotel in the cove. The soothing shade of red – ‘al hamra’ means red in Arabic – makes you feel as welcome as does the professional, warm staff. Best know as the wine & dine heaven, Alhambra is the home of the à la carte restaurant Alfred Keller, one of the finest restaurants in Europe according to the 2018 Gault & Millau guide. Modern interpretation of traditional Croatian cuisine and the 400-bottles long wine list will take you on an unforgettable culinary journey. Villas in the Čikat cove are a favorite among those looking for complete peace and quiet, but unwilling to give up on the finer things in life, like personal chefs and butlers on call 24 hours a day. Sophisticated interiors and views of the endless blue: the villas are a piece of heaven on Earth. The island of Lošinj is best known for its peaceful, serene nature, but hotels Alhambra and Bellevue add another dimension to the time you spend there. As of recently, food lovers can also enjoy fine Japanese cuisine in the already famous Matsunoki – the only Japanese restaurant in the islands, combining fresh local and original Japanese ingredients into exotic, edible works of art.