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The village of Trstenik, peninsula of Pelješac in Croatia

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Trstenik is a pretty small village, one of oldest of Pelješac, located in a bay natural and snuggled at the bottom of a rock overhang (in the shade the afternoon).

Its port was especially created to export the famous wine of the area.

It is the stronghold of the famous wine house Grgk, whose sucker with wines visits herself.

Its quay becomes animated when the ferries leave for the island Mljet.


To 36 km after Ston, to take on the left.

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