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Pasjača beach Dubrovnik

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Pasjača beach near Dubrovnik is one of the most stunning beaches on the Adriatic. This sandy beach is in the Konavle region, below the village of Popovići, 30km from Dubrovnik and towards the border with Montenegro.


The beach isn't a natural one. It was formed during World War Two when tunnels were dug in surrounding villages and the surplus stones then created a beach. The sea wore down the stones and made a beautiful beach which shyly emerges from the giant Konavle cliffs. Unfortuantely, the ebach is disappearing because the sea is eroding the sand. For that reason, if you don't visit soon, you probably won't ever see it - unless someone unloads a new lot of stone. You reach the beach by steep steps on the cliff side and at parts will pass through dug out tunnels. At the top of the steps you'll find a car park so you don't have to worry about where to leave your car.

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