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Pasadur (Croatia)

Practical information on Pasadur

  • Beach / Seaside Resort
  • Island
  • Port
  • Water Sports
  • Off the beaten track
4 / 5 - One review
How to get there
4hrs by catamaran from Dubrovnik
When to go
All year round, though it's more pleasant in summer
Minimum stay
2 to 3 days

Reviews of Pasadur

Timothée D. Seasoned Traveller
564 written opinions

Situated on Lastovo, one of the most isolated islands in the country, Pasadur is little port nestled in a creek, overlooking turquoise seas.

My suggestion:
If you're on the island of Lastovo during February, try to catch the Poklad carnival - a Croatian style Guy Fawkes night, when a dummy is paraded around the streets before being speared by swords and burnt.
My review

Pasadur is a tiny marina town nestled in a creek on Lastovo, one of the Adriatic's most secluded islands. As with Vis, Lastovo was a military base during the Communist era and Western visitors were forbidden. This has allowed the town to keep a certain authenticity and it remains off the classic tourist trail. The island and its archipelago are perfect for hiking, diving and boating.

Situated to the northwest of the island, Pasadur itself doesn't have much going on, but its quiet isolation will appeal to visitors after a bit of peace. If you're looking for somewhere more lively, historic sites, cafes and restaurants, then I suggest you head to Lastovo town or the delightful fishing port of Lucica.

Bay of Pasadur on Lastovo Island
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