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TRPANJ

Trpanj Divna via Croatian National Tourist Board
Trpanj by Braslav Karlic via Croatian National Tourist Board

Trpanj is the oldest settlement on the Peljesac Peninsula and lies on the northern side – It’s known for its pretty bays and beaches, fresh water springs and healing mud – It’s a small town and harbour looking over to mainland Croatia and has good ferry links. It’s linked to the mainland at Ploce by ferry (useful to know if you are coming from Split Airport direction as it is a short cut hop to the Peninsula rather than driving all around!). Architecturally it is also very interesting, with Roman remains and a medieval fortress, Trpanj also has Baroque and Renaissance influences. Trpanj makes an interesting day trip from the other side of the peninsula if you feel like venturing out and about.

Photo 1 ©  Trpanj Divna via Croatian National Tourist Board
Photo 2 ©  Trpanj by Braslav Karlic via Croatian National Tourist Board
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