Lubenice is a place on the western side of the island of Cres, Croatia. The old fortress town is located on a 380 m high rocky plateau with a view of the Adriatic Sea. The number of residents varies between 6 and 40, with the majority probably only living in the village during the tourist season. In 2005 Lubenice was included in the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and has been listed as a World Heritage Candidate ever since.
Below the village is the bay "Sveti Ivan", which can be reached via a steep footpath in 45 minutes.
|Ocean View In Rugged Landscape Near Historic Stone Village
|Lubenice, Cres, Croatia
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