Attractions: beaches, gastronomy, wine and winemanufacturing, watersports,history
Pelješac peninsula – abounding in natural bays,reefs, beaches - framed by pine trees, olives and Mediterranean bushes. Pelješac has an ancient maritime tradition, just as it is world known for the fine vineyards, and excellent sorts of wine Dingac and Postup.
Long and rich history of this part of Mediterranean was made by all dominant civilizations; ancient Greeks, Ilyrians,Romans, Venice, Republic of Dubrovnik, Napoleon's France, Austo-Hungarian monarchy.
This exceptional beauty stretches wright in front of you when sail out from Ploce city base, accordingly to its vicinity it is „must“ visit for all our charters.
Wright opossite the Ploče (nm) is pictoresque place Trpanj, attracting tourists with its lovely beaches and clean sea, but also telling history with antique fortress Gradina, numerous churches, chapels and monuments.
A lot of our clients spend the last night of charter there, having a delicious dinner in „Tuna bar“, with always fresh fish the owner catches himself daily. www.tunabartrpanj.com
In the morning it takes just 1h to arrive in Ploče and have check out by 9.00.
You can make appointment for visit, tasting or dinner in Saints Hills winery on a little hill above Trpanj. Winery is an old stone house in little village Oskorušno. It takes 10 min ride with a van that picks you up in harbour. www.saintshills.com
Not far from Trpanj, heading west, two beatiful beaches of Jezero (Duba) and Divna, not far from each other, with combined sand and pebble surrounded with trees and bushes are great spots for sunbathing and swimming.
Is a large cove at peak of Pelješac, perfect anchoring place. Oasis of peace, with always little warmer sea, and plenty of sun. Restaurant „Barsa“ well known for fresh fish!
Most of all our clients arrive there by the evening already at the check in day (22NM from Ploče).
This is small bay next to Lovište on south side, with few buoys and great fish restaurant „Estravaganca“. Not well hidden from the wind, so for this visit you should have good weather conditions.
The most popular windsurfing and kite surfing centre in Europe. It is a village with a small harbour, few restaurants, beach bar...
Together with Viganj, favourite place for sailors and windsurfers because of it's specific location in Pelješac channel which has plenty west winds during summer. It's a small village located 5 km from Orebić, overlooking to town of Korčula across the channel.
the largest town on the peninsula, placed at the base of the highest hill St.Ilija (961m), and facing the town of Korčula, only a 15 minute boat ride away.
It is called „cradle of the capitains“ because of rich maritime tradition, which is conserved in Maritime Museum and local old captain houses.
Have a relaxing moments here swimming and diving at few beautiful beaches, and have delicious lamb or fresh fish meal in one of taverns, with a glass of local Plavac Mali wine.
This harbour is a good alternative if the marinas in Korčula and Lumbarda are occupied.
was founded in 14th century as part of Dubrovnik Republic. It is famous for:
Salt works- the oldest and best preserved in Europe. Salt production is an economic mainstay since the Middle Ages, and still remained true to the tradition and natural prodution method- by hand.
Great Ston walls – sometimes called as „European Walls of China“. Second largest walls in the world, constuction started in 14th century and it took about 200 years to built these walls. 5,5km long and 5-10m high, with three fortresses and a number of towers. Open for visitors all year round.
Mali Ston (Little Ston)
is just 1,5km away from Ston, situated on opposite coast of peninsula, but you can easily walk between this two places. We reccommend you to take this walk and visit also Mali Ston, famous for seashell farming especially oysters and mussels.
Just as hollywood actors are guests of Ston's restaurants, you can also eat seashells immediately after they have been harvested from the sea.