Lavsa is a small uninhabited island in the Kornati archipelago and is part of the Kornati National Park. The island has been inhabited throughout history, dating back to Roman times. There was saltworks on the island then. The saltworks lasted until the 14th century, and today it is below sea level. There used to be a settlement of the same name as the island, of which abandoned buildings of folk architecture have been preserved.
№320 in locations of Croatia