Pasjača

  • Sand/Gravel/Rocks
  • Family friendly
  • Wild

Pasjača beach, located in Croatia, is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations on Instagram due to its stunning rock formations and breathtaking scenery. This beach is not for the faint of heart, as visitors must climb 250 meters above sea level before descending a set of stairs in the rocks to reach it. But for those seeking adventure and an exotic summer vacation, Pasjača is the perfect destination - made up of a combination of gravel and sand, Pasjača is a nature lover's paradise. The untouched beauty of the beach is truly something to behold.

Transportation to Pasjača beach is relatively easy, with several options available. The most convenient option is to drive, as there is a parking spot nearby for visitors to leave their cars. The drive from Dubrovnik is about thirty kilometers and well signposted. For those who prefer not to drive, bus services are also available from Dubrovnik, but they might not be as frequent as you want, so it's important to check the schedule in advance. Another option is to take a boat tour from Dubrovnik, which can be a great way to experience the beautiful coastline and see the beach from a different perspective. It's important to note that there is no public transportation to the beach itself, so once you arrive at the parking spot, you will have to walk about 30 min to reach the beach.

Amenities

  • Parking

    Location


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