The seaside resort Klek is situated in a beautiful bay surrounded by olive trees along the main road to Dubrovnik. Formerly a typical small fishermen's village, today it is a fully developed tourist resort with a wide range of facilities. The gorgeous beach invites you to soak up the sun, and many sporting and leisure activities provide good family fun. The rich history of the place is evident in the old Nonković tower just off the beach, as well as in the ruins of the ancient town Smrdan on the hill above Klek, both dating from the 17th century. A newly-installed hiking path leads up to the well preserved walls of Smrdan, which were probably built by Venetians to watch over the bay of Neum. Another historic find is the ancient walls of Gradina with the church of St.Mary inside, also on the hill above Klek, offering a magnificent view of the bay of Klek, Mali Ston and Pelješac peninsula. Near Smrdan there is also an ancient burial site containing many examples of medieval tombstones called „stećci“. There is also the art gallery called „Stećak“ right on the beach in Klek, which regularly features both local and prominent artists. 

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