Sunday, September 5, 2010


According to historians, the Kavuada (Cavanella in Italian), the channel that separates Cres form Losinj, was dug during Roman times. Kavuada Channel is about 100 metres long, 12 metres wide, and it can be used by ships of maximum 2.6 metres draft. At the southern part of the channel, on the road connecting Cres and Losinj, stands a windmill iron bridge (1.5 metres above sea level).

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