About Peljesac peninsula

  • Kite surfing lessons at Viganj
  • Glorious undiscoverd beaches and coves
  • Visit wineries and taste Dingac and Mali Plavac wines
  • Captain's houses in Orebic
  • Eat oysters in Mali Ston
  • Must see: the view from the Ston wall walk

Rugged wild and off the beaten track; glorious beaches, great history, fabulous wine; spectacular villas for couples and families

Natural beauty, sandy, wild beaches, the best oysters and sea food, longest fortified walls in Europe, salt pans, donkey farm, famous red wine Dingac, foodie heaven, short drive to Dubrovnik. North west of Dubrovnik, on the southernmost Croatian coast, there is a large, vineyard-covered  peninsula, jutting into the sea and following the line of the mainland. It is about 100km long, and has two seas: one facing inland, rather enclosed and resembling a huge lake, and one outbound, looking out to the islands of Mljet and Korcula.

Destinations in Peljesac peninsula