High above the sea, on the peak of a nearly 400m high cliff, lies a little picturesque town of Lubenice. Made out of stone, it stands as a monument itself with all the gun-holes and ship-chains decorating the housefronts. Inside the medieval city walls there are many small churches and chaples, showing the exciting culture and history of Lubenice. To honour the tradition, there is a musical festival being held annually in summer, with many Croatian and world-wide artists and authors taking part.
Under the foothills of Lubenice cliff is one of the world's most spectacular beaches, st. Ivan beach. Strangely enough, it is not the only higlight of the area. Just a mile away, Zanja bay hides a magnificent light turquoise sea cave, you definitely should see.