Hotel and Marina project Trstenic




Trstenic seen from the hills around, with the computer simulation of the hotel and marina project





 
Trstenic is a village situated on the southern coast of the Peljesac peninsula. It is connected to the Croatian mainland by the coastal road via Ston. Trstenik is the place one has to come to take ferry to Polace on island of Mljet, where National Park Mljet is located. Trstenik is located in a deep, south facing bay under the tall Peljesac hills, with a large pebble beach at the base of the bay. The bay is an anchoring spot as it has well protected pier, though it is not recommended in times of southern wind Jugo.

Trstenik is about 90 km away from Dubrovnik and due to it's unique gorgeous and unspoilt location, is considered as one of the most beautiful villages of Croatian coast. The sea here is crystal clear, and is rich in underwater life. Numerous small bays and beaches that can only by boat boat are in the near vicinity of Trstenik.

History of Trstenik: Trstenik was in 19th and beginning of 20th century important harbour for transportation of grapes from Peljesac's isolated southern vineyards to Italy and beyond. At that times the only way to transport grapes at harvest from souther slopes of Peljesac was to load them on donkies and carry them over the mountain to the wineries in Potomje (village on Peljesac that has well known winery) , or along the steep southern ridges to Trstenik to be loaded on boats and transported by sea to Italy or Split and Dubrovnik.

Peljesac Wines : Trstenik is a home of Grgic Vina Winery that was founded by Napa Valley winemaker Mike Grgich, a Croatian emigre, in 1958. Grgich, who earned international fame as the winemaker at Calistoga's Chateau Montelena, founded his own Grgich Hills winery in Rutherford in 1971. Red wine Plavac Mali is famous produce of this winery. Trstenik has couple of cafes and restaurants, the post office and supermarket.

Distance to Dubrovnik airport 1 hour and 10 minutes but soon the new highway will connect the peninsula with the Zagreb-Split-Dubrovnik

Than Trstenic will be at 30-40 minutes away from Dubrovnik airport.

Siieg and partners has the plan to build a marina and a 4 star hotel in Trstenic.

The bay has a safe shelter and lays in a perfect water sports area, there is enough dept for the bigger vessels.


 
CityDistance
Trstenic - Zagreb337 km
Trstenic - Split92 km
Trstenic - Rijeka353 km
Trstenic - Pula348 km
Trstenic - Dubrovnik95 km
  
Trstenic - London  1582 km
Trstenic - Paris1314 km
Trstenic - Moscow1971 km
Trstenic - Berlin1062 km