Drvenik Mali is the island of unusual beauty located in Split's waterfront, 10 nautical miles away from Trogir to south-west. Drvenik channel is dividing it form the mainland with Drvenik gate dividing it from the neighbouring island of Drvenik Veli and the island of Solta, which is hiding behind it, on the way to the south-western seas of the Adriatic. Although the distance from the mainland does not seem great, travel to Drvenik Mali lasts for over an hour with ferry lines sailing 3 times a day from Trogir. In the peak season, Saturday offers an additional fourth line, and the passenger boarding begins on the Trogir main dock, continues after a 10-minute drive to Seget Donji, where vehicles and passengers are also boarded, whose destinations are Drvenik Mali or Veli. The vicinity of the land does not mean a touch with the lines of modern civilization - Drvenik Mali is a true little paradise that still manages to preserve its "wilderness" - there is no sewerage or water supply system on the island, but this does not mean that there is no potable water because Drvenik residents have rainwater systems and water tanks sailing to the island occasionally. You can find accommodation on Drvenik Mali in the private houses mostly offering robinson accommodation. There are not many permanent residents here, only 60 someone, and even though this number is multiplied in the summer, people are still coming here to find perfect peace in the quiet of the summer noon and the starry night skies with the sound of the sea only. Drvenik Mali is one of the smallest Croatian inhabited islands with more than one settlement on, thus we will visit the main settlement of Borak here, as well as several other villages: Vela Rina and Mali Rina, Petomavar, Dolici and Velika Kuknara and Mala Kuknara in the interior. The settlements are connected by an asphalt road that drives from Borak to the Vela Rina bay and the macadam roads with rare cars passing by. The asphalt road connects two places with beautiful beaches, you will find the first one right near the ferry pier in Borak and the other in Velika Rina, a beach of exceptional beauty, all of the fine sand that mirrors the warm Mediterranean sun rays. Make a purchase at a shop right next to the beach in Borak because it is the only shop on the island, and you can also find a cafe with a souvenir shop nearby. At the beach in Vela Rina bay, taste local Dalmatian cuisine in a restaurant overlooking the azure blue sea. There are two extraordinary beaches of Mala Rina and Papalj waiting for you on the western part of the island with many other smaller for you to discover along the way. If you choose to take a tour across the island on foot, you will need an hour or two to come to know its magical paths through olive and carnations groves and fields of aromatic Mediterranean herbs. Take with you home-made virgin olive oil from the island that is widely known for its aroma, and unforgettable memories of its virgin coasts and the clear sea where you have flooded all your stresses and worries and found the delight and miraculous healing power of the Mediterranean as it has always been.