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Discovering Pelješac's Natural Beauty - Must-See Things


The Pelješac peninsula, located on the southern part of the Croatian coast, hides numerous natural beauties, a rich history, and top-quality wines. Embark on an unforgettable journey through this magical region and experience its panoramic views, picturesque villages, and enchanting vineyards.

Aminess hotels in Orebić, on the Pelješac Peninsula

Thanks to the Pelješac bridge that has made it super accessible, there’s never been a better time to spend your holiday on the blissful Pelješac Peninsula. Spend a relaxing holiday on Pelješac!


History and Architecture in Ston

One of its most popular destinations in Pelješac is the town of Ston. The Ston Walls are the longest preserved fortification system in Europe, stretching over five kilometers. The walls were built in the 14th century to protect the city of Ston, which was an important salt-producing center. Visitors can walk along the walls and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Wine Tasting

Pelješac is known for its excellent wines, especially red wines made from the Plavac Mali grape. Visitors can take a wine tour and visit one of the many wineries that dot the peninsula. Join the Premium Wine Tour, where you will visit the 3 best wineries and taste the finest wines in Croatia.

If you're looking for a more active adventure, join Hike & Wine Tour, where you will hike through historical locations and traditional villages, and connect with the nature of Pelješac while enjoying a panoramic view and sipping on local wine.

Outdoor Adventures on the Hills and Beaches

Pelješac offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures. The hills and mountains that cover the peninsula are crisscrossed with trails, including one that leads to the top of Mount Ilija, offering breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea and nearby islands.

If you want to experience a unique adventure, go on an organized tour - Sunrise at the top of Pelješac and witness the sunrise with a panoramic view while having a cup of coffee.

As for beaches, Pelješac also boasts stunning beaches like Prapratno, Duba, and Žuljana, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.

Relaxation in Orebić

Orebić is popular among tourists due to its beautiful beaches such as Trstenica beach, and for rich cultural heritage and historic landmarks such as the Maritime Museum, Franciscan Monastery, and the ruins of a 15th-century castle. Orebić is also a great base to explore the nearby islands of Korčula and Mljet.

Stay in the Aminess Bellevue Hotel, Aminess Grand Azur Hotel or Orsan Hotel in Orebić and catch up AMI Special deals with up to 15% discount and enjoy the gorgeous views of the Pelješac channel and the island of Korčula.

Pelješac is really a hidden gem that offers visitors a chance to experience the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Croatia in a peaceful and authentic way. Don’t miss it!

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