Sveti Ilija (961 m) is the highest mountain and the most popular mountaineering destination on Pelješac.
A special reserve of forest vegetation is known as the Cypress reserve "Pod Gospu" (a hill in front of the Franciscan monastery to the Bellevue hotel, between Orebić and Perna).
The cave is not yet open to the public due to archaeological research being carried out. Above the village Nakovana, in a cave called "Spila", archeologists have discovered and are researching the Illyrian sanctuary from the Hellenic period (4th-1st century before Christ).
The beaches are situated in the area of Drače and Sreser.
The Bay of Mali Ston and Malo More (a special reservation), occupies 921 hectares of the sea in the area of Janjina.
Pelješac is famous for its sandy and pebble beaches that can be found on its shores. The beaches are ideal for a perfect holiday...