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Croatia Retreat: Lastovo Island

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Trip Overview

Reconnect with nature and enjoy some time unwinding in one of the world’s most idyllic locations – Lastovo. This small Croatian island will remind you of simpler times, where people still catch fresh seafood for dinner and make their own wine using locally grown grapes. Relax on the beaches, only taking a break to dip in the sparkling waters of the Adriatic or wander around the rustic stone port. Aside from its natural beauty, this island was once occupied by the Venetians, meaning the quaint village of Lastovo is home to stunning Venetian architecture. Take some time to wander through it and soak up the history and culture.

Essential Info
Starts: Split / Lastovo Island
Ends: Lastovo Island / Split
Ages: Min 15
Theme: Discovery, Remote Retreats
Trip Code: IZMLL
Countries visited: Croatia
What's Included


4 Breakfasts included
2 Lunches included
2 Dinners included


Ferry,Fishing boat,Private vehicle


Comfortable family-run guesthouse (4 nights)

Trip Highlights

•   Learn what a self-sustaining lifestyle looks like when you spend a day at sea with a local fisherman and his wife.

•   Support local wine producers and enjoy a wine and cheese tasting at a local winery.

•   Get back to nature with a guided bike ride through the centre of the island of Lastovo.

•   Spend time relaxing on the beach and soaking up some sunshine on a boat trip around the island.

Itinerary & Notes
Welcome to Split, the largest city in Croatia’s famous Dalmatia region. If you have time to explore before meeting your group to board the ferry to Lastovo this afternoon, be sure to check out all that this city has to offer. Start with a walking tour of the Old Town of Split, where you’ll find a wealth of bars, restaurants and local shops lining the cobblestoned streets. Two of Split’s most famous attractions are Diocletian’s Palace, home of the 4th-century Roman emperor, and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius. Spend some time admiring these ancient sites and soaking up a little history. If you’ve worked up an appetite with all your sightseeing, the local seafood, pizza, pastries and wine are a food-lovers dream, so stop and enjoy a leisurely lunch before making your way to meet your group and board the ferry to depart for Lastovo. After a three-and-a-half-hour ferry ride, you’ll arrive and transfer to your accommodation in the local village of Zaklopatica. Get to know your group over an included dinner of local fare in the guesthouse`s restaurant, with spectacular views overlooking the bay.
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