TRSTENIK (42° 55'N; 17° 24'E), village (pop. 106 in 1991) and small harbour in the NW part of Zuljana bay.
Approach: Trstenik may be identified by the red metal tower with a column and balcony exhibiting a red light on the head of breakwater and Sv Mihovil chapel (St Michael) on the right side.
Mooring: The harbour affords shelter from W winds, but strong S and SW winds raise a heavy sea in it. The bora blows violently here, but does not raise waves. Yachts can moor at the inner end of the breakwater (depths 24.6 m) or anchor SE from its head (depth of about 30 m) with lines secured ashore, bows facing NE. The head of the breakwater is reserved for car-ferry.
Facilities: Post office and harbour master's branch office. Some provisions and limited quantities of water.
Minor repairs are possible at the workshop on the N shore of the small harbour.
Car-ferry line: Trstenik - Polace (Island of Mljet).