The Peljesac peninsula covers a large area west of Dubrovnik. Peninsula is connected to the Croatian mainland with small strip of land, so Peljesac is almost an island itself. Peljesac has neat architecture as well as pleasurable scenery. Peljesac is well known for red wines Postup and Dingac, that are grown for hundreds of years in vineyards along south slopes of Peljesac Peninsula. Peljesac has a lot of good beaches, and beach Trstenica, near Orebic and Mokalo is a nice pebble beach that faces breathtaking views of Korcula Archipelago.
Orebic, nowadays a famous tourist destination, was known as the maritime centre of the southern Dalmatian peninsula Peljesac, famous for wines and wine growing. It lies on the southern coast of the peninsula that is connected to the mainland by road via Ston and by ferry line Ploce - Trpanj.
The whole peninsula, covered with dense evergreen and Mediterranean vegetation, belongs to the warmest places on the Adriatic thanks to the many sunny days.
The surroundings are ideal for walks, hiking and gathering of plants, while the wine slopes in the interior are dotted with wine trails and wine cellars where you can taste or buy homemade Peljesac wine and "prosek" - a sweet liquor made from grapes. There is a large sandy beach in the bay of Trstenica, while there are numerous rocky bays with small beaches close to Orebic for those looking for privacy.
Orebic is proud of its gastronomic specialties, primarily oysters and mussels bred in the area, as well as its wines Dingac and Postup.

Ston, the town on the peninsula of Pelješac, 59 km away from Dubrovnik. Unlike its twin-town - Mali Ston in the Neretva Channel, Veliki Ston faces the open sea. Both towns are connected with ancient walls with a series of even 20 towers and forts. This town, whose structure is inspired by Dubrovnik will receive you in its streets, beaches and the homes of its hospitable inhabitants who will gladly propose a toast to you with the glass of the Pelješac wine. Long live...!

Orebic (Orebici), tourist destination on the southern coast of Peljesac Peninsula, 66 km west of Ston. The town developed as a maritime center. The Peljesac Maritime Society with 33 ocean-going sailing vessels was founded in 1865. The town was called Trstenica until the 16th century.
Peljesac Peninsula is known for wine and wine-growing. The entire peninsula can boast of having dense evergreen vegetation, typical Mediterranean plants and clean waters.
Orebic is one of the warmest places on the Adriatic according to the number of sunny days. Accommodation is available in hotels, private rooms and apartments. The sports and recreational offer includes tennis courts, soccer fields, water sports equipment rental, as well as sailing and windsurfing schools. The area offers wonderful possibilities for hiking, mountain climbing and collecting plants.
There is a large sandy beach in the Bay of Trstenica and numerous rocky and pebble bays in the surroundings for those who prefer privacy.
The gastronomic offer is known for excellent seafood specialties, especially for oysters and mussels. The renowned wines from Peljesac, Dingac and Postup, go well with dishes served.
The economy is based on agriculture, fruit growing, fishing and tourism.
There is a ferry line from Orebic to the town of Korcula. Additional facilities: Splendid wine trails and cellars where you can taste or buy homemade wine or sherry from Peljesac.
Those interested in diving courses can visit the diving clubs Adriatic Mokalo or Kisik.

We recommend: Sightseeing of stone fortresses on the mounts Vizanjica and Gruda, ruins of Roman settlements, Baroque town church with old Christian marble relief, Maritime Museum in Orebic, as well as the Franciscan monastery 2 km from the town, housing a valuable collection of works of art. Visits to the wine growing places of Postup and Potomje, to the town of Ston and the island of Korcula.

Trpanj, the best known resort on the peninsula of Pelješac, known by its excellent wines and the cultivation of wine grape. A ferry line connects Trpanj with the land so that it has become a favourite destination of all the visitors of South Dalmatia. In the authentic Mediterranean ambience full of fruits of the sea and gifts of the land, Trpanj waits just for you!

Janjina, Janjina is an old place in the interior, 2 km from the sea, on the southern Dalmatian peninsula Peljesac that is connected to the mainland by the road via Ston and the ferry line Ploce-Trpanj. It has several archeological sites that date back to ancient times. The inhabitants of Janjina have traditionally lived off of agriculture, primarily wine and olive growing, therefore we recommend Janjina to those interested in traditional way of live and customs. The coast and bay of Drace are only 2 km away and can be easily reached by car or bicycle.

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