Struga, Lastovo

Built in 1839.

1/2+1/3+1/4+1/5 apartments; with the keeper

APARTMENT A2.. * * *
Approx. 34 m2, one double room (12,00 m2), kitchen (12,00 m2), ante room (6,50 m2), shower-washroom (3,75 m2).

APARTMENT A3.. * * *Approx. 36 m2, one double room (13,20 m2), kitchen with sofa (12,90 m2), ante room (4,50 m2), shower-washroom (5,40 m2).

APARTMENT A4.. * * *
Approx. 49 m2, two double rooms (12 i 15 m2), kitchen (15 m2) and shower-washroom (5 m2).

APARTMENT A5.. * * *Approx. 57 m2, two double rooms (14 i 13 m2), room with sofa (9 m2) kitchen (17 m2) and bathroom (3 m2).

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

Swimming area with deep waters that belongs to the lighthouse can be found at the bottom of the lighthouse driveway and is surrounded by pine trees. You can also go swimming on splendid rocky beaches in some of the numerous secluded bays where waters are relatively shallow. The beaches are suitable for children

The island of Lastovo can be reached by ferry or catamaran from Split. Boats arrive in the port of Ubli, some 20 km from the lighthouse. The ferry trip takes about 4 hours and 45 minutes, while the catamaran trip takes an hour less. There is a gravel road leading to the lighthouse. If you are traveling without car, transfer to the lighthouse can be arranged with the lighthouse keeper at extra charge. It is aslo possible to get a transfer directly from Split airport to the lighthouse (700 Euro per apartment) F&B Several food stores are situated in Lastovo (12 km away). If you are traveling without car, the lighthouse keeper can purchase provisions if necessary. There are several restaurants on the island, but if you would like to taste wonderfully prepared fish, that can be arranged with the Kvinta family

An unbelievable, yet true story is about a giant lobster. The giant lobster weighted just under eighteen kilograms and was caught in a fishing net at the end of the nineteenth century. The fishermen sent it to the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph, who thanked them by sending them a large trunk of coffee and sugar. In the 1950s, coral divers pulled out a coral weighing 45 kilograms at the same location by using a special device. According to records, this is the largest coral tree that has ever been pulled out of the Adriatic. Magnificent views and easy access to the sea through the pine woods on the northern side of the lighthouse make Struga a very popular tourist destination Three generations of the Kvinta family have been living on the island as lighthouse keepers. In the past, their only preoccupation was to take care of the lighthouse, while nowadays they also take care of guests who stay in the lighthouse. While the head of the family Jure Kvinta goes fishing, Mrs. Nada Kvinta gladly prepares fish for dinner. Of course, if you would like to join Jure Kvinta when he goes fishing, he will be happy to take you along