Tracking for an active holiday

As many as 46 bays,

Old church on Hum-during war times used as weapon storage just as many little churches, as many spacious fields of grass and rolling hills in the heart of the island of Lastovo, are wonderful options with breathtaking views for those that aren’t satisfied with just the sea and the sun but who enjoy an active vacation.

View from hill top Hum towards “Hidden Pier”

View from hill top Hum towards “Hidden Pier”

View from hill top Hum towards “Hidden Pier”
All year long. For all nature lovers, hikers or bikers, Lastovo is a great choice year-round. The best experience is during the months of May, June and September when the days are not too hot and nature is at its peak of beauty, allowing for breathtaking views every way you turn. Some of the walking paths are already organised in trail systems - such as Lastovo-Skrivena luka, 5 km (“Hidden Pier”), Lastovo-Ubli , 12 km; Lastovo-Zaklopatice 3 km, Lastovo-Lucice 1 km and many more.
 
For the ambitious. Numerous old paved and gravel roads, built in times when the island served as an army base, will greatly enrich your experience of Lastovo. You will have a chance to immerse yourself in traces of rich history left by Greeks, Romans, Slavs, Venetians, Dubrovnik army, Napoleon army, the English, the Italians and the Yugoslavian National Army (JNA). Of course, for this adventure we highly recommend durable shoes.
 
Hiking trails to the Middle Ages. Nearing the end of laying out hiking paths, we come to old churches and mediaeval buildings. And along the way one can be intoxicated by the scent of Mediterranean herbs: mint, rosemary, sage, laurel St. John's wort...
View from hill top Hum towards “Hidden Pier” 
Zace- beautiful coast inlet, 2-hours-walk away from Lucica
Ubli-harbour for larger boats and ferries, in which you can explore archeological site of old Christian basilica with sarcophagus (5th-6th AD)
A Journey to the Centre of the Earth? Since once Lastovo was an military island, there are many old exciting army tunnels, giant underground rooms and other “Lara Croft”-type attractions. 
Tunnel in historic army base.
“Garage for submarine”- built in 1950’s. Very interesting place to visit! 
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