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Panoramic photo by Boris Mrdja EXPERT Taken 15:41, 24/08/2012 - Views loading...

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Beach in a cave

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This small beach in a cave is located on cape Zavala at Montenegro coast of Adriatic sea. It is accesible only by water an is one of the last places on Montenegro coast where you can enjoy day at the beach in privacy.

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