Nice, green coves with the sources of potable water render a special atmosphere to
Drvenik. Gastronomic offer includes fish, other seafood and
home-made specialities. Entertainment programs are offered in nearby Gradac.
DRVENIK, a village and ferry pier in the cove of the same name on the Makarska Riviera, 29 km southeast of
Makarska. Economy is based on farming, viticulture, olive growing, fishing and
tourism. The coast, with a number of coves, sand shores (so-called "pjeskulje", sandy soils) and flysh belts (so-called "duzi"), is protected from the north by the
ridges of Rilic. Smaller- yachts may dock in the eastern part of the cove. Drvenik is located on the main road (M2, E65); it is also a ferry pier for
Sucuraj on the
island of Hvar and for the
island of Korcula.
On a knoll north of the village are the ruins of a tower with fortification walls from the 17th century. The Gothic church of St. George, later reconstructed in the
Baroque style, features built-in tombstones from the Middle Ages.
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