Drvenik Mali (Italian: Zirona Piccola) is an island in Croatian part of Adriatic Sea. It is situated in middle-Dalmatian archipelago, west of Drvenik Veliki, 8 nautical miles (15 km) from Trogir. Its area is 3.3 square kilometres (1.3 sq mi). The only settlement on the island is the eponymous village with a population of 87 (as of 2011). The coast is well indented and sea around the island is shallow, thus convenient for fishing. The highest peak is 79 metres high. Main industries are agriculture (mostly olives), fishing and tourism.
Drvenik Veli and Mali Drvenik administratively belong to the municipality of Trogir, of which Mali Drvenik located about 10nautical miles southwest. From Drvenik Veli separated by the Strait of Drvenik Strait, and from the mainland by the DrvenikChannel. Island area is approximately 4 km ², the main town and port is Borak, the highest peak is 79 m high Glavica in the west of the island.
A peaceful environment, unspoiled nature and beautiful beaches are suitable for a quiet and intimate holiday.
In the bay of Vela Rina is a restaurant with a range of local dishes and fresh seafood.
With regular local ferry lines Jadrolinija traveling to Trogir, about an hour. The boat departs from the Trogir waterfront to Drvenik Mali and back to Trogir every day at least once. Twice during the week you can lead the car to the island (ferrydeparts from Seget, 2 km west of Trogir).