- Beach / Seaside Resort
- Water Sports
- Off the beaten track
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.