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Peljesac is 85 km long, 358 square km in size, and has about 8000 inhabitants. Although it's attached to the Croatia mainland - making it easy to reach, it has all the characteristics of typical Dalmatian island, in natural beauty and the way of living. As it was commercialy neglected for years - it stil have beauty of unspoiled nature, crystal clean bays and traditional villages - being one of the rare tourist resorts in Europe which still can fully express the Croatia tourism tagline: Mediterranean as it was.
Although it's interesting as a whole, and in all of it's aspects - there are several extraordinary things making Peljesac what it is. It's nature and beautiful beaches - which can be enjoyed at any part of peninsula. Peljesac maritime tradition which you can still feel in Orebic - the town of captains. One of the best windsurfing spots in this part of Europe - Viganj, and, certanly not the least important - Peljesac wines - famous red Dingac, Postup and other sorts of Plavac mali - which absolutely should be tasted (as well as mussels and oysters in the area of Ston) if you are visiting this part of the world.