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Rovinj  
Sv. Ivan na pučini
The lighthouse Sveti Ivan, built in 1853, is located on the most faraway island of an archipelago before Rovinj. It is a cliff-island with no vegetation, a mild coast and shallow sea, making it an ideal destination for contemporary Robinsons with small children.
 
Split  
Palagruža
The lighthouse Palagruža was built in 1875 on the eponymous island located in the middle of the Adriatic sea, between the Croatian and Italian coast, 68 nautical miles south of Split and 26 nautical miles south of the island Lastovo. It is the most far-away Croatian island, known for its exceptional beauty and rich history.
 
Split  
Struga
In the middle of the southern side of the island Lastovo, at the entrance to the town Skrivena luka („Hidden harbour“), there is cape Struga where in 1839 the eponymous lighthouse was built, with the accommodation capacity for 15 people.
 
Tar-Vabriga  
Rt Zub
The lighthouse Rt Zub was built in 1872 and is located on the peninsula Lanterna. It is 13 kilometres away from Poreč on one side and 13 kilometres from Novigrad on the other. The peninsula Lanterna lies between two bays, Tarska and Lunga, both known for their beautiful pebble beaches, suitable for children.
 
Umag  
Savudrija
The lighthouse Savudrija was built in 1818 and is the oldest lighthouse in the Adriatic, as well as the northern-most Croatian lighthouse, right next to the border with Slovenia and only 56 kilometres south of the city of Trieste in Italy.
 
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