The peninsular of Peljesac, after Istra, is Croatian largest peninsular with an area of 355km2, is positioned in the northwest part of Southern Dalmatia or the Dubrovnik region and creates a border between central and south Dalmatia.
On the southeast side of the peninsular Peljesac, the Neretva channel stretches from 9km from the Veljara point to Ston and on the south side the Mljet channel is 6-9km long the Vratnik point to the bay of Zuljana.
The Peljesac channel is located on the northwest side and separates the island of Korcula and Peljesac with a width of 1630m.
The geographic position of Peljesac, situated between 2 regional city centers of central and southern Dalmatia – Split and Dubrovnik, the mouth of the Neretva River, the island of Korcula and Mljet, gives it a particular geographic and tourist importance.
Spend Your holiday in the hart of Pelješac peninsula. Janjina, Drace, Sreser and Osobljava are ideal places for all of You running away from the haste of urban lifestyle.
Run away from the city, take a break from ...
Mali Ston and Ston: First two places upon entry on Pelješac Peninsula, connected by the Great Ston Walls (also known as “European version of the Great Wall of China”), a monumental fortress with towers, ...
Zuljana, small place and a harbor, placed in a lovely bay on south side of the peninsula Peljesac.
Apart from its exceptional beauty, Zuljana is a typical mainly involved in wine growing, fishing and tourism.
In the ...
Prapratno is a small bay consisting of few family and holiday houses on Peljesac peninsula, 3 km south of the town of Ston that, via coastal road, connects Peljesac to the mainland.
Placed on the southern side of the ...