- About Trstenik
Trstenik, one of the oldest settlements on Pelješac, is located on the half of the southern part of the peninsula. Numerous bays, clean sea and beaches, and the pines surrounding them, all located at the foot of steep hills makes this region particularly attractive. Besides the olive groves, the landscape is dominated by vineyards with grapevines from which famous Pelješac wines are produced. The Trstenik harbour was constructed due to the needs of wine export. The old part of the village was built in the hinterland due to the risk of pirate attacks. In the 19th century began the development of settlements along the coast. The habitats of mouflon and wild boar are located north of the village in the hilly areas, so the tourists can have fun fishing, spear fishing and hunting.
Trstenik 20245, Pelješac peninsula
42.917107, 017.399128 (42°55’01.6″N, 017°23’56.9″E)
GPS coordinates: 42.917107, 017.399128 (42°55’01.6″N, 017°23’56.9″E)
Address: Trstenik 20245, Pelješac peninsula
Trstenik – Ston (31km)
Trstenik – Dubrovnik (90km)
Trstenik – Split (173km)
Trstenik – Zadar (290km)
Trstenik – Zagreb (540km)
Trstenik is located on the Peljesac peninsula and approximately 31km away from Stone.
If you are driving with a car show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do mjesta Trstenika koji se nalazi na poluotoku Pelješcu (od Stona je udaljen oko 31km). Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema mjestu Trsteniku koji se nalazi na poluotoku Pelješcu (od Stona je udaljen oko 31km). Hvala!