The town of Lastovo is surrounded by hills, beautiful family houses, and crystal blue sea. This island is a part of an archipelago that consists of 46 islets and rocks, that toghether create a nature park, and it presents a great challenge to all sailors and yacht lovers who come back to this place year after year, in order to sail around all 46 islands.
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It is located to the west of Lastovo, which is 13 nautical miles away. The Sušac Lighthouse was built in 1878 on the highest peak of the southern part of the island. From the south it is an exceptionally steep slope, and the cliffs wind up into the deep and clear sea, which after the war has a clearness of up to thirty meters deep. The south-eastern side of the island tread treads towards the sea and abounds in beautiful coves and walking paths. The building is a stone one-storey building with a tower over the center of the building at an altitude of 80 meters. On the ground floor there are lighthouse lighthouses, and on the ground floor are two fully equipped four-bed apartments with beautiful views. The lighthouse owns its own cistern, and electricity is provided by solar collectors with battery batteries.
At Glavica above the village of Lastovo, where the prehistoric fortress stood, the Dubrovnik government erected a cascade that was repeatedly repaired. It contained an apartment, a well and a small chapel devoted to St. John. In the place of the Dubrovnik canter which was demolished during the slaughter of Lastovo, it was erected in 1808 when the French occupied the island. Their fortress has been transformed and used today for the metro station.