The Dubrovnik airport Cilipi is 120 km away. You can rent a car there and drive to Trstenik for about an hour and a half.
You can also take a shuttle bus from the airport and ride to Dubrovnik, where you can take a bus to Trstenik (direction Orebic/Korcula.
If you’re coming from Zagreb, you’ll take the bus to the island of Korcula. The road goes through the town of Neum, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Crossing the state border, you’ll need your passport.
If you’re coming from Dubrovnik, you’re also taking a bus to Korcula or Orebic. You’ll get off on the main road, just above the bay of Trstenik, and walk down about a kilometer to the village of Trstenik. We can also arrange a pickup for you there.
Coming from Zagreb, you can ride the A1 highway or old road through Lika region. If you would like to avoid crossing the state border in Neum, you can drive to the town of Ploce and take a ferry to the town of Trpanj on the Peljesac peninsula. From Trpanj to Trstenik there is about 20 km.
Coming from Dubrovnik, drive along the coastal road, turn left at the crossing to the Peljesac peninsula and drive some 30 km more to the village of Trstenik.