The island of Tresnjevka is one of a total of six Jarun islets located on the lake of the same name in Zagreb. The island is named after the oldest and most famous settlement in the city - Tresnjevka. It is located below the Universiade Island with which it is connected by bridges to the rest of the mainland. On one side of the island is a long beach, completely covered with tiny white pebbles. There is no natural shade on the beach, so be sure to bring sunscreen. Also, there are no additional facilities or facilities on the island (except for publicly available showers, changing cabins and toilets), but they are located within walking distance.