The inviting landscape around Ubli, which is situated on the western coast of the ferry port on the southern Dalmatian Island of Lastovo, gives the town a Mediterranean flair that makes you want to go hiking and cycling through the densely forested hills. The entire Lastovo Island, together with the surrounding sea was declared a Nature Park in 2006 and encompasses an area of over 195 km². A special feature of the Lastovo Nature Park: There are no poisonous or dangerous animals.

Ubli mainly portrays a simplistic modern image, which is why there are so few old stone houses in the town which are normally typical for Croatian coastal villages. There are also only a few sights. These include the remains of the early Christian St. Peter Basilica. The only notable attraction in Ubli is this 5th century church.

A restaurant, a café and a small supermarket are among the few offers in this 200 inhabitant-large village. In the large Bay of Velo jezero where you will find the port of Ubli, there are rugged coasts that ring around the island and numerous hidden sections that attract boaters and sailors. The enchanting underwater world here also attracts divers and snorkelers.


Beach Ubli

South Dalmatia, Lastovo Island, Ubli

type of beach stones, rocks, concrete plateaus


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