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Availability Updated: 12th Apr 2010
Accommodates: 4 Price from: £511
Trstenik is unique little fishermans village in a marvellous setting; it has splendid vineyards on the hills around, and in front of it is a beautiful pebble beach about 1km long. It is an unspoilt and romantic place with a touch of history. Here there live only 110 friendly people, although during the summer this grows to a more bustling village atmosphere. We are sure that you will enjoy your stay in this 100 year old stone built property which is located in the centre of this idyllic place with the beach right in front. Wake up in the morning and jump into the sea only 5 metres away.
Everything for your daily needs is an easy stroll; a shop, some bars and a few excellent restaurants with outdoor tables overlooking the sea. You will also find here the famous Grgich winery which is open most days for tasting. Travelling beyond Trstenik for about 25km is the town of Orebic, which has an hourly connection by ferry to the island of Korcula which is a charming town and well known as a birthplace of the great Marco Polo. You can also catch the ferry from Prapratna (30km away) to Mljet and its National Park.
DETAILS OF ACCOMMODATION
You enter the apartment on the groundfloor directly via the outdoor terrace where you can sit outside with table and chairs directly facing the sea. From here you go into the spacious living room which has a sofa, coffee table and a satellite TV. Open plan to this is a well equipped kitchen with cooker and hob, fridge as well as a dining table. From the dining area you enter in the little hall which leads you into two bedrooms, one with twin beds and one with a double bed. There is also a bathroom/WC. The charming and friendly owner lives on the first floor with its own entrance; you can visit his wine cellar where you can taste his famous wine called Peninsula.
Getting there: Sunday arrival at Dubrovnik. Drive 1 hour 30 minutes.