The Lighthouse In Veli rat was built in 1849, it is 42 meters high and today it is the highest lighthouse on the Adriatic. Its impresiveness is owed to the yellow facade, in which, according to the legend, 100 000 yolks were used to get the yellow color. The Chapel of St. Nicholas, the protector of seafarers, is located in the courtyard of the lighthouse, where a Roman Missal from 1869 is preserved. The lighthouse continues to guide ships with its powerful light, and its picturesque location makes it a popular destination for visitors seeking both maritime history and breathtaking vistas.