Janjina , a village in the interior of the Peljesac Peninsula, at the foot of the Gradina hill (244 m), 2 km from the Drace harbour on the north-eastern coast; population 333.

Chief occupations are farming, viticulture and olive growing.

Janjina is located on the regional road.

On the locality of Gradina above the village is an Illyrian hill-fort; around it are many tumuli. The walls of a Roman country mansion (villa rustica) and stelae from the 1st century have been found near the church of St. Stephen on the cemetery.



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