Lozovac Aluminium Plant was once a thriving industrial hub located near the Krka waterfalls. The factory was established in the early 1930s and operated for over six decades, providing employment opportunities for hundreds of men in the region. However, due to economic challenges and changes in the global aluminum market, the factory was eventually shut down in the late 1990s, leaving behind an abandoned industrial complex that has been slowly decaying over the years.
Five hotels, built in the 60’s and once a holiday home for Yugoslavia’s military elite, sit crumbling into the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. They’ve now been abandoned for decades.
We visited this place in the summer of 2022, when temperature rised to 38 degrees, so that’s why my wife stayed at the beach and I explored the hotels alone.
Hotel Kupari was worth visiting for its blackened walls and ceilings, but especially for it’s large swimming pool.