Pelješac is the largest peninsula on the Croatia coast. It is over 60 kilometers long and its configuration is characterized by high hills among which are fields, perfect places for planting grapes and produce Wine.
Korčula is one of the largest and well populated Croatian Islands. Its name came from Greek "Korkyra Melaniae" - Black Korčula, which is related to the dark color of the island, overgrown with pine trees.
WHAT TO SEE
Walls of Ston
Salt Plant in Ston
Wine tasting in one of many wineries across Pelješac Peninsula
Korčula Old Town