The archaeological site of Majsan Island
Archaeological intervention on the island carried out between 1963 and 1966 resulted in the discovery that the remains of the walls in Lučica bay on Majsan, date back to the Roman period when the villa Rustica was erected. In the period of late antiquity, the abandoned villa was inhabited by a small community of Christian monks who worshipped the tomb and the burial chapel. The remains of the chapel and tomb are still there. They were erected by Benedictine monks who lived on the island.
The whole site is at the present overgrown with wild trees and shrubs so it is hard to see the remains in detail.
Some statistical info about the island is here