Lastovo is the small capital of the island of Lastovo, already inhabited by Illyriens, is also one of the most charming villages of the islands, with its stone-built houses staged around a broad amphitheater.
Between the palm trees, one sees pointing the enormous cylindrical chimneys of the kitchens, which are the mark of Lastovo.
To see: the church Rebirth Saint-Like-and-St-Damien (15th-16th century), his charming small place and the Romance chapel Our-Lady-of-Rock, downwards. On the heights, the fortress of Glavica (kaštel), a Napoleonean building of 1808, replaced a castle dating from the republic of Dubrovnik. The panorama is sumptuous there.
The bay of Skrivena Luka (accessible in car or by a mule track in 2:00 from walk, bathe) extends at the bottom of beautiful and austere stony hills.
The pretty rock split of Zace (1h on foot in the south-east of Lastovo by the road of Prgovo) is a dream spade-to screw and bathe.
To 3 km west of Lastovo, the wearing of fishermen of Zaklopatica occupies the prettiest bay of the island, almost closed and kept by a small island. Its quay, bordered of some taverns, is a halt appreciated by the browsers.
Chapel Saint Luke (Sveti Luka)
To 4 km of Lastovo towards Ubli, on the left, the chapel Saint Luke (Sveti Luka) is an adorable Romance sanctuary (11th century), built on an old Neolithic site.