Mogren Beach, close to the Old Town, is one of the most prestigious beaches on the southern Adriatic due to its fine sand, clean sea and seclusion. It consists of two beaches connected by a tunnel, and a 350-meter-long concrete path leads to the beach from the “Avala” hotel. The beach was named after the Spanish sailor Mogrini, who saved himself there after a shipwreck and built a small church dedicated to his patron Saint. Anton.
Because of its natural beauty and the combination of sea, sand, rocks and Mediterranean greenery, it is attractive even outside the swimming season, for walkers, fishermen and adventurers. In times of south wind and strong waves, the path is not safe, so it should be avoided. Mogren has been a favorite beach of local residents for decades.