Hum viewpoint

This is a viewpoint providing a view of the northern part of the island the town of Lastovo is located at 417 m above sea level, which makes it the highest viewpoint on the island. Nearby, there is the chapel of St. George from the 15th century and abandoned military barracks, where the army stayed more than 25 years ago.

Sozanj viewpoint

The Sozanj viewpoint is located on the road between Ubli and Lastovo, and it gives the most beautiful view of Zaklopatica and the remote islands of Lastovnjaci. If you go up the forest road from the viewpoint to the top of the Sozanj hill, you will have a view of the western islands of the Park, Vis, Korčula and Mljet.

Galičine viewpoint

A viewpoint on the south side of the island of Lastovo with a view of the eastern and western islands of the Park, it shows the islands of Mljet, Korčula and the peninsula Pelješac. On a beautiful day, you can see Mala and Velika Palagruža, and the coast of Italy. The viewpoint is also an ideal spot for observing the night sky of Lastovo, the second darkest in Europe.

Pokladareva Grža viewpoint

From the viewpoint, you can see the whole town of Lastovo, where the amphitheatric form of the town is particularly emphasized. The viewpoint can be reached by a trail that starts in the town of Lastovo. It forms a part of the most important event of the year on the island – the Lastovski Poklad, because it is from Pokladareva grža that Poklad is lowered.

Viewpoint by the church of St. Cyprian

The church is located above the Skrivena Luka cove on the eastern side. From here, you can take a look at the whole cove and the lighthouse Struga. Of 46 churches, 21 of them are registered as protected cultural heritage. There are legends connected to some of them, as is the case in this small and rustic church on top of the hill above Skrivena Luka. The legend says that foreigners unloaded and carried away the treasure that was once buried under the altar of the church of St. Cyprian.

Kašćel viewpoint

At Glavica above the town of Lastovo, where the prehistoric fortress once stood, the Dubrovnik government erected a castle that was frequently repaired. It contained houses, a well, and a small chapel devoted to St. John. At the site of this Dubrovnik castle, which was destroyed during the Lastovo uprising, a new one was erected in 1808, when the French occupied the island.

After remodelling, their fortress is still used as a meteorological station today. It takes 10 minutes to walk to the scenic trail from the centre of Lastovo. It provides a view of the coves of Lučica and Mihajla, the Lastovo canal and the island of Korčula.