Pasjača beach, Konavle’s best-kept secret

Visiting Pasjača is the most serene beach experience.

If you are looking for a new adventure and a chance to escape the hustle of the city, look no further than Pasjača, Konavle’s hidden gem. This small, secluded beach is the perfect place to relax, unwind, and experience Adriatic at its best.

Pasjača beach is located in the Konavle region, just 15 kilometres from Dubrovnik. The easiest way to get to the beach is by car, as there is no public transportation available. The drive is scenic, with stunning views of the Adriatic Sea and the Konavle hills. As you get closer to Pasjača, you’ll start to see signs for the beach so you really can’t miss it.

Once you arrive, you’ll need to walk down a steep path to reach the beach. The path can be challenging, so it’s important to wear sturdy shoes and bring plenty of water. But the effort is worth it once you reach the beach.

This beach is unlike any other you’ve ever visited. It is nestled between two cliffs, with crystal-clear waters, pebbles and soft white sand. The cliffs provide shade in the early morning and late afternoon, but as the sun reaches its peak, the beach is fully exposed to the sun, so bringing sunscreen and perhaps an umbrella is advisable.

Pasjača is small and secluded, making it the perfect place to escape the crowds and enjoy some peace and quiet. The water is calm and perfect for swimming, but there are also plenty of rocks and caves to explore if you’re feeling adventurous so you might consider bringing snorkelling equipment.

While Pasjača beach is a destination in itself, there are also plenty of nearby attractions to visit. The Konavle region is known for its beautiful countryside, with rolling hills and charming villages, and there are plenty of rural households and restaurants you can choose from for your lunch-break. The food is amazing so you definitely should not miss trying some of the locally prepared delicacies.

While Pasjača beach is easily reached all year-round, the best time to visit is during the summer months, from June to September. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, and the water is perfect for swimming.
If you prefer to have the beach all for yourself, consider visiting in the early morning or late afternoon because it is less crowded during these times, and you’ll have the opportunity to watch the sunrise or sunset over the Adriatic Sea.