Ostale plaže u blizini
Zaglav bay is located on the south-west side of the island. It is wide area with pine woods providing guests natural shade. It is good to wear see sandals.
Ubli ili Uble je naselje smješteno na jugo-zapadnoj strani otoka. Ubli je Lastovska trajektna luka. U Ublima se nalazi Bazilika Sv. Petra - jednobrodna kršćanska bazilika V st. posvećena Sv. Petru. Među brojnim nalazima u bazilici, znamenit je ranokršćanski reljef s prikazom križa i dva jaganjca, orginal je pohranjen u Arheološkom muzeju u Zadru. Nakon arheoloških istraživanja, bazilika je konzervirana i smatra se spomeničkom cjelinom najviše kategorije.
Tourist agency “More tours” is located 50 m after the main church in Lastovo town. They organize various excursions and sightseeing of the island and...
1.Is there ATM machine on the island ???
We have two ATM mashines on the island; near Splitska banka in Lastovo and in Port near Jadrolinija’s office.
2. Where is a gas station ???
In port Ubli.
3. Is there a pharmacy on the island ???
We have a basic supply of medicines in pharmacy which is working only 1 hour a day, from 13-14 hours,every day except Sunday and holiday. For emergency there is attending doctor on guard.
4. Why is Lastovo town not on the sea ???
Because of the defense purposes it was build on mainland. In the past Lastovo was often attacked by pirates from the sea and for defense purposes local people built their settlements on the hill.
5. Can we by some basic swimming equipment on Lastovo ???
We have two small local shops ( one near Tourist office and another near bank) with basic swimming accessories like mask, swim wear, madras etc.
6. Can we pay with Euro and credit cards in the shops and restaurants ??
In most of the shops and restaurants You can pay with credit card. Euro is not accepted.
7.Where we can by the tickets for the ferry and can we reserve a ticket ????
Tickets can be bought in Jadrolinija’s office in Ubli or on line, and there is no reservations possible.
Did you know that on Lastovo there are more that 200 km of walking paths?