Pelješac Peninsula

If you want a holiday far from the hustle and bustle, in the safe surroundings of enchanting nature and near the most beautiful Croatian beaches - discover Pelješac.

A playful coastline with turquoise bays, the hillside vineyards of Dingač and Postup, the long walls of Ston, and the captains’ gardens of Orebić are just some of the jewels of Pelješac, Croatia’s longest peninsula. Add ideal conditions for surfing in Viganj, the panoramic view from Sv. Ilija hill, and the spectacular cuisine of Pelješac. Spice it up with a pinch of locally produced salt from Ston and you’ve got a little bit of heaven. So perfectly far from everything.

On Pelješac you can find wonderful stone villages, untouched by modern times. Coastal hamlets are backed by steep slopes, their shores fringed by pine. Pelješac is famous for pristine shingle beaches, and on the southern side a bracing wind makes this a favorite spot for windsurfers, especially at Viganj. Orebić is the largest resort, its architecture reflecting its links with the Republic of Dubrovnik, and has fantastic stretches of shingle to the east of town. A ferry connects Orebić with Korčula town, and Trstenik to Polače on Mljet - ideal for island hopping.

The best thing about Pelješac is its unspoilt character. Take time to slowly discover and drink in its delights – a week will hardly be long enough.