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Format: 19.11. 2018
Format: 19.11. 2018

Pelješac penisula

Pelješac peninsula is the largest peninsula of southern Adriatic, it is narrow and almost 70 km long. Connections to the mainland are possible only by a narrow promontory that is protected by medieval fortress in the town of Ston.

Climate and natural  characteristics of the Pelješac are very similar to the Dalmatian islands that surrounds it - Hvar, Korčula and Mljetu. The fact is that it is connected to the mainland, which provides its residents and visitors with sufficient freedom of movement and comfortable travel, but  on the other hand it retains all signs of the island.

Pebble and rocky beaches with the number of beautiful bays are typical of it. Side is bordered by high mountain ranges fertile valley in which there grow olives, figs, citrus fruits and vines. Rarity of the peninsula is the hunting ground for moufflons.

Perhaps nowhere in Europe cannot be found, on such a small space such as the Pelješac peninsula, so much natural wealth and so much temptation for gourmets and lovers of good quality wines.  Pelješac Peninsula boasts a wide range of domestic ritual meals and domestic wines such as Dingač, Postup  and Pelješac.

Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula
Pelješac penisula