Nowadays this is the island of expatriots. Over 3000 of original inhabitants and their descendents live in New York City. The island is home only to around 200 local people.
But it is slowly becoming a European retreat of house owners searching rural pleasures and peaceful artistic existence.
Throughout the year the island has a daily connection with the island of Mali Losinj and the mainland either by ship or catamaran. The island has a an elementary school, a post office, health care center, typical village pubs where you can get famous squids from the Adriatic Sea.
The island of Susak was proclaimed a national heritage therefore there are no hotels and no cars on the island.
This is a holiday of sunbathing and swimming in hidden bays and tucked away beaches, taking long walks or go trekking, playing cards and other local passtimes with locals, grilling your freshly caught fish in the evenings and enjoying the sunset. And nights are warm and inviting...