Peljesac peninsula is located at the south of Croatia, close to town Dubrovnik.

By geographical and natural characteristics it is similar to Dalmatian islands in the region - Hvar and Korcula, but the fact that it is connected to the mainland makes it easily accessible and better connected with Dubrovnik and its hinterland.


Peljesac is the longest peninsula in Dalmatia. Here you will find beautiful natural bays, pine forests, olive groves, vineyards, coastline full of beaches, reefs and bays.

You can enjoy the scent of Mediterranean vegetation and pristine nature .

Peljesac has a long history - it was inhabited at the time of the Illyrians and Greeks, was later settled by the Romans and Slavs (seventh century). Through history it had many different names: Rathaneus, Kersones, Stonski Rat, Puncta Stagni, Ponta di Stagno and Sabioncello .

Peljesac also has a long maritime, vine-growing and olive-growing tradition .

It is recognized for production of excellent red wines. The most famous wines from Peljesac are ' Dingač ' and ' Postup ' which are, due to their exceptional quality, famous worldwide.

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