Malostonski Bay


Mali Ston Bay, sometimes known as the Mali Ston Channel, is a bay as long as 21 kilometers at the entrance to the beautiful Peljeshac peninsula, named after the village of Mali Ston. The bay is known for growing oysters and shellfish because its waters are unpolluted. Due to its clean waters, Mali Ston Bay was declared a Special Nature Reserve in 1983. The name primarily refers to the innermost, eastern part of the bay, while the name Malostonski kanal (Malostonski canal ) is used for the canal between Klek and Peljeshac peninsula, in the west.

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