Drobni Pijesak Beach
Drobni Pijesak Beach is located just north of Petrovac between Sveti Stefan and Rezevici coves. It has a long pale-golden-sand beach about 250 meters long, and the clear blue water is clean and great for swimming. This beach is smaller and more secluded than its neighbours, although it is on the tourist radar in the high season. The name Drobni Pijesak means “Crushed Sand”.
You will find a small mooring platform to dive into the inviting Adriatic from, and a bar and restaurant on the beach. You can also watch the fish swim by from the platform or snorkel in these waters. It is a great place to relax and enjoy yourself.
Drobni Pijesak used to be the gathering site for the heads of the Pastrovici clan many centuries ago. On a quiet day, sitting in the surrounding olive grove, you can imagine the tribal cheiftans making their plans. The landscape here remains natural and wild, much as it would have looked in ancient times.
Access is by a twisty and steep road and there are several different parking levels. You can walk down to the beach via concrete steps but there is also access suitable for wheelchairs.
- Diving & snorkelling
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