Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Peljesac is a 65 km long peninsula whose inhabitants, apart from natural beauties, mild climate and long maritime tradition, are especially proud of their wine-growing and world famous quality red wines Dingac and Postup. Known salt-works, well developed shell-farming, hunting grounds of mouflons in the inlands of the peninsula and clean sea full of fish are the core of the rich and various gastronomic offer. Villages on Peljesac - Trpanj, Ston and Mali Ston, are decorated by medieval fortifications which testify to turbulent history of the peninsula. Once an important maritime centre, Orebic represents the most famous tourist destination on Peljesac with its quality and big choice of accommodation, and its hospitable hosts will see to it that you have a pleasant and interesting holiday.