The island of Lastovo
Vacation on this island is a mix of peace and tranquility, crystal clear sea and untouched natural environment in the surroundings of traditional Mediterranean architecture. The uniqueness of the most densely wooded Croatian island is hidden in the number of 46. Namely, around the island there are 46 uninhabited islets, while on the island there are 46 churches, 46 hills and 46 valleys - fields of olives, fruit trees and vines.
Because of its protruded position in the Adriatic, its numerous islets, fish species, mollusks and crustaceans, Lastovo is very attractive for yachtsmen and divers. An ideal destination for fans of swimming and sunbathing at sandy beaches is the island Saplun, near Lastovo.
On a hill, distant from the sea, you will find the main village on the island. Its numerous stone houses, stone stairs (Lastovo staircase) that shrouds around the old church shell and beyond, as well as Lastovo’s chimneys (fumari) give the island its special Mediterranean lure.
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