Kabala and Luštica, which is not far from here, can be barely noticed from the open sea. The large fortresses were protected by dense vegetation and the trench with which they were surrounded. They were also as twins in architecture. Today, Kabala offers the visitor an adventure within its walls, and Luštica outside them. If you decide to explore it, here’s a little guide in order to understand its space:The first two floors of the fortress included the non-combat part. There was a barracks, with a mandatory kitchen, food and ammunition warehouses, rooms for the army and officers, and a toilet. The combat part with artillery, mortars and howitzers, was placed on an open roof platform.
In every fortress in Boka, even in Kabala, the infrastructure was completely solved: regular water supply went through the cistern system, electricity and heating to its own unit, the wastewater system was arranged.