Pelješac Peninsula

Holiday Destination Pelješac

Pelješac is a stunning peninsula located in southern Croatia, renowned for its rugged beauty, rich history, and exceptional wines.

The rugged landscape of Pelješac is dominated by imposing mountains and rocky cliffs that plunge into the azure waters of the Adriatic Sea. Along its indented coastline, visitors will find numerous secluded coves, sandy beaches, and crystal-clear bays perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. The peninsula is also home to some of Croatia's most beautiful beaches, including Prapratno Beach, Trstenica Beach, and Žuljana Beach, each offering its own unique charm and atmosphere.

One of the highlights of a visit to Pelješac is exploring its renowned wine region. The peninsula is known for its indigenous grape varieties, particularly Plavac Mali, which thrives in the region's rocky soil and Mediterranean climate. Visitors can tour local vineyards, sample a variety of wines, and learn about the winemaking process from passionate producers. The Dingač and Postup appellations, located on the southern slopes of Pelješac, produce some of Croatia's most prestigious and sought-after wines.

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