Peljesac peninsula is second largest peninsula in Croatia. It is located on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, between Neretva and Mali Ston channel, halfway between Dubrovnik and Split, with an area of 355 km2, and length of 65 km. It is connected to the mainland by the narrow passage at Ston. Other than natural beauties, Peljesac is famous for its wines. Thus, it is simply not possible to visit Peljesac and not see the Pelješac vineyards and allow yourself the pleasure of tasting top quality wines. During this tour you will have the opportunity to visit Trsteno, a small village 29km north-west of Dubrovnik, dating from the 5th century.
Duration: Whole day excursion
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