Lucica is a settlement of only about 30 houses, and administratively belongs to the town of Lastovo. It is a protected historic site that was originally a fishing village with houses that served to store fishing tackle and equipment. It is less than 1 km away from the center of the island of Lastovo. It can be reached by an asphalt road or a 400 m long path through the forest. Any new construction is prohibited in Lucica, so the existing houses have been renovated in accordance with the strict rules of the original Mediterranean architecture. For visitors, it is a secluded, peaceful and above all a pleasant place, rich in centuries-old vegetation. The waterfront is stone, facing Korcula, and the bay itself is sufficient only for smaller boats and boats. For tourists, this is an advantage because they can swim there without fear of fast speedboats, pollution or crowds.

№542 in Villages and settlements of Croatia

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(4 reviews)
We felt secure swimming in the beaches around here as they were free from speeding boats, pollution or crowds. Staying at the waterfront was therapeutic to us as we felt relaxed and enjoyed fresh air gasps . Boat riding in the afternoon in the bay around was superfun.
The bay at this place was not crowded. I enjoyed swimming in the clean bay then. later I went boating in the lake. The breeze was refreshing and cool. It was fun as the boat cut through the water. I had a great time.
A beautiful place is how I can describe the location. The well maintained Mediterranean structures are a curious but beautiful sight to behold. In addition to this the atmosphere itself is just relaxing. I enjoyed my visit, learned some bits of the past and swimming in the bay. A pleasant visit.
very good!!!