Lenga Beach – Lumbarda
The beach is made up of large white and golden rocks which are adjacent to the Raznjic, the eastern horn of the Island.
The beach also consists of large rock slabs that are very comfortable to sit or lay on for sunbathing. Getting into the water is easy here as there are several natural-made steps/slides handy for getting in and out of the sea.
Lenga Beach is one of the less known swimming spots on the Island so is visited by (mostly) locals ‘in the know’.
Due to its location in a fairly remote part of the Island, the water around this beach is very transparent reflecting unique colour shades of blue and green.
Lenga is a great beach for snorkeling. The underwater world here is abundant in various species of weed and seagrass as well as small grey mullet or similar schools of fish. Octopus and sea urchins are there too.
There are no cafes, restaurants or shops nearby so it is recommended to bring in your rucksack/day pack some food and drink for a picnic or refreshment.
The access to the beach is via a narrow wooded path leading from the road to Raznjic. The path is leading downhill towards the coast.
Facing North-East, the beach is sunny from dawn until late afternoon while later in the day it is completely shaded – a good choice if you prefer to spend late afternoon on the beach but would like to avoid strong sunshine.
- The main access to the beach is on several points from the road from Lumbarda to Raznjic via Bilin Zal.
- There is no wheelchair or pushchair access to this beach.
- Nearest public transport (bus, taxi) is at least 25 minutes walk.
Location Map of Lenga Beach:
Location coordinates: 42.922147, 17.195347