Town of Lastovo
Lastovo Village is an old medieval town with a long and interesting history, surrounded by mountains and forming a natural shape of amphitheatre.
Lastovo preserves beautiful family house from the 15th and 16 century.
They are decorated with cylindrical chimneys that the locals call “fumari” and with high broad terraces “Lastovski sulari” which have become a trademark of Lastovo.
Situated on its northern part, only 2 km from Lastovo village, it is well known for its so called islet “Zaklopatica” on which the rare specie of birds – called Kaukala is nesting. Zaklopatica is heaven for divers and yachtsmen who can enjoy the well-know beauties of the Lastovo archipelago and its magnificent bays. Zaklopatica offers a breath taking view of the neighboring island Korčula. Here you can enjoy sunbathing, swimming, leisurely walks and many restaurants offering the best of Dalmatian cuisine. From Zaklopatica You can enjoy into beautiful and unique sunset.
Ubli or Uble , like the local people call it , is situated on the south-west part of the island. Ubli is the port of Lastovo.
In Ubli the are remains of the singe nave Christian basilica built between the V-VI century and it was dedicated to St.Peter. Among many findings in the basilica most notable is an early Christian relief portraying, the cross and two lambs. Original is stored in the Archeological Museum in Zadar.
After the archeological research , the basilica was conserved and classified as a monument of highest category.
From Ubli to Pasadur (west) one can enjoy walking with nice promenade 3 km long.
Skrivena luka bay
It is located on the southern part of Lastovo island and is well protected from strong winds and rough sea providing yachtsmen safe anchoring. It got its name because it cannot be seen from the open sea – Skrivena luka in Croatian literally means the hidden port. It is also known as Porto Rosso as the Italians call it.
In the middle of the southern side of the island of Lastovo, at the entrance to the bay of Skrivena Luka lies the Cape of Struga where the lighthouse of the same name was built in 1839.
The lighthouse lies at the height of 70 m, at the very edge of a steep cliff that offers a splendid view of the open sea. The total capacity is 14 persons divided in four apartments for 2-5 persons. It is heated and open all year long.
Pasadur is a nice bay located on the western side of the island. It is connected with the neighboring islets Prežba by a stone bridge. It is favorite location for nauticals because of its position offering safe mooring and anchoring and it is very nice promenade for visitors of the island.
Lučica bay is a historic settlement of around 30 old stone and a protected historic site. Originally, it was a fishermen settlement with houses used for storing fishing equipment. It is less than a kilometer away from the town by asphalt road or a 400 m long path through the woods. Any kind of new construction is forbidden in Lučica, and all buildings are adapted according to original Mediterranean architecture. For visitors, Lučica is a secretive, shadowy, peaceful, and above all enjoyable place. The promenade is made of stone and facing Korčula, and the bay itself is only big enough for small boats. For tourists, this is an advantage, because they can swim in the sea without being disturbed by noisy powerboats, pollution or crowds.