Drinking water as a comparative advantage of Croatia. Croatia makes too little use of the fact that it is a safe destination, that we have clean seas for swimming and that we have drinking water or tap water. As banal and normal as it is for us, it is not in other countries.
The Tourist Association of the Town of Mali Lošinj made great use of this very fact through the continuation of the cooperation project with private renters in the area of Mali Lošinj.
Namely, the islands of Lošinj and Cres are the only islands in Croatia that have a source of drinking water, all thanks to Lake Vrana, which is the largest natural lake in Croatia with an area of 30,2 square kilometers. That's how water from Vrana Lake flows from every sink and shower in Lošinj.
The lake is under protection, it is forbidden to keep and feed livestock, use of artificial fertilizers in agriculture, felling forests, camping, fishing and of course swimming, because it is the same source of drinking water for the entire Cres-Lošinj archipelago.
Jugs with drinking water from Lake Vrana in Mali Lošinj as an excellent "statement" of an eco-friendly destination