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Plocica lighthouse, built in 1887, is placed on the island of the same name between the islands of Korčula and Hvar. The island was named after its interesting shape. Flat and low, it resembles a torpedoed WWII aircraft carrier. It is one of the most beautiful landscapes on the Adriatic. Out of all lighthouses, Plocica, along with Struga, can accommodate the most people (max. of 14) and is perfect for a Robinson Crusoe type of holiday. The ground and first floor have an area of 165 square meters, while the yard is paved with stone and the tamarisks and century-old fig trees offer shade all day long. The rocky seabed on the southern part of the island is completely different to the shallow sea on the northern side and to its sandy lagoon with boat hoist. The beaches are ideal for small children.