Zaton (Italian: Malfi) is a village in southern Croatia, administratively located in the City of Dubrovnik. It is located on the coast of the eponymous bay, 8 km northwest of Dubrovnik, next to the village of Orašac. Chief occupations are tourism, fishing farming, viticulture, and olive growing.
Zaton is a tourist resort on the Dubrovnik Riviera, with 12 restaurants raising the dining quality in this small area, watersport venues, and an uphill hiking path to the village of Podbrezje (4.5 km), on the way to the Mociljska stalactite and stalagmite cave.
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