OPIS I CIJENE
2 x 1/4 apartments, with the keeper.
Apartment A1.. * * *
Approx. 50 m2, one double room (12 m2), living room with two sofas (14 m2), kitchen (13 m2), shower- WC (3,5 m2).
Apartment A2.. * * *
Approx. 48 m2, two double rooms (17 m2 and 10 m2), kitchen (13 m2), shower – WC (3,5 m2).
Palagruza lighthouse was built in 1875 on the island of the same name, placed in the middle of the Adriatic sea, between the Italian and Croatian coasts, 68 NM south of Split and 26 NM south of the island of Lastovo. This island of exceptional beauty is Croatia’s furthest island. The island itself is 1400 m long, 300 m wide and 90 m high, and is covered in Mediterranean vegetation.
Since the lighthouse building is placed in the middle of the island at the height of 90 m, we do not recommend holidays on Palagruza for the elderly or for those with health problems. There are two four-bed apartments in the spacious lighthouse building.
There are two well-kept trails on Palagruza. One of them leads to Stara Vlaka, a pebble bay on the northern side of the island, while the other trail leads to the southern side of Velika Palagruza to Veli Zal, one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic. These pebble beaches are ideal for small children due to shallow waters and fine pebbles.
Due to Palagruza’s distance from the mainland and other islands, provisions cannot be supplied. Before the transfer, we suggest that all provisions be purchased in grocery stores in Korcula.
According to church records, Pope Alexander III was on Palagruza on Ash Wednesday, March 9th, 1177. While traveling with his fleet of ten galleys, he was impressed with the archipelago’s beauty and decided to make a stop. He was served dinner on a small plateau on the island of Palagruza Mala, that has ever since been called “Papina njiva” (Pope’s Field). After its stay on Palagruza, the fleet headed for the island of Vis, then towards Zadar and finally Venice. There is an archeological site on the island Palagruza Velika, while numerous finds bear witness to the fact that Plagruza was the island of the Greek hero Diomedes. The island is a nature reserve with numerous endemic species of flora and fauna.
The surrounding waters are the Adriatic’s richest fishing area.
Prices are listed in EUR.
02/07 – 27/08 – 650 EUR PER WEEK
04/06 – 02/07- 500 EUR PER WEEK
27/08 – 17/09 – 500 EUR PER WEEK
TILL 04/06- 70 EUR PER DAY
FROM 17/09- 70 EUR PER DAY
Local tax is not included. In high, early and late season minimum stay period is one week (Saturday – Saturday), except off season, when min. stay is 2 days.
Check in: 13.00.h – 20.00.h
Check out: till 09.30.h