There's a little triangular peninsula in the northern Adriatic Sea, directly south of Trieste, Italy, called the Istria Peninsula. It's part of Croatia (and also a little Italy and a little Slovenia, too). The tip of the Istria Peninsula is south of Pula, the end of a little finger-like projection, and is called Kap Kamenjak.
A couple km southwest off the end of this little peninsula at the end of the Istrian Peninsula is Porer lighthouse, which is an island with a lighthouse. And that's it. It's quite striking and quite unique.
Here's some info from the Lighthouse Directory:
"1833. Active; focal plane 35 m (115 ft); three white flashes every 15 s. 31 m (102 ft) round cylindrical masonry tower, centered on a 1-story keeper's house. The lighthouse is unpainted cream-colored stone; the lantern is white with a gray metallic roof. ... This lighthouse marks the southern tip of the Istrian Peninsula. Although it is located on a tiny scrap of land, it has two apartments available for vacation rental."Well, I can guarantee that there isn't a lot of nightlife on this island except what you make yourself.
|by M. Dilberovic|
|Pay attention - the lighthouse is behind her|