Drvenik Mali

Drvenik Mali (Little Drvenik) is a small island 15 kilometers (10 miles) to the southwest of Trogir and to the west of Drvenik Veli. It has only about 50 to 60 inhabitants. Car traffic is banned and there are almost no asphalt roads. There are also no plumbing or sewers, but the island has much to offer to those fed up with civilization. Beautiful beaches with pristine sea, high-quality carobs, olive oil and Mediterranean herbs, as well as the lack of huge crowds and large concrete buildings make it a great destination for a Robinsonian vacation. The main settlement is a port Borak. There are ferry routes to the nearby towns of Trogir and Seget Donji.