On the western part from Mala Travna is Stiniva Bay. Looking from the sea side, Stiniva is closed in by two high rocky cliffs which, at their closest point, are just four metres from each other.
Between them appears a pebble beach but only after sailing through the ‘gateway’ does it open out like a Roman amphitheatre auditorium paved in stones.
From the land side it can be reached by a steep and at times very demanding goat’s path so think twice before deciding to go on this adventure with small children as you will soon have to carry them on your back.
Surrounded by high cliffs on all sides, Stiniva is at least on one side always in the shade. You must reach the hamlet of Žužec by road and climb down along the footpath which can last for more than twenty minutes.