The beach is located just north of Petrovac, between Sveti Stefan and Reževići. It was the gathering point for the heads of the historical Paštrovići clan to make important decisions.
The name translates to "crushed sand". The beach is about 240m long and has a bar and restaurant and a mooring dock which you can dive from. The sea water quality and cleanness are praised by the locals.
The road down from the main road is steep and twisty. There is parking on two different levels and access to the beach is through a series of narrow concrete steps, however, there is wheelchair access down a steep road (blocked off to cars) that leads through the bar-restaurant.
Source: Journey of a Nomadic Family blog