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Peljesac peninsula is the second largest peninsula in Croatia (after Istria), and it’s one of my favorite parts of Croatia (again, after Istria). Peljesac peninsula is famed for its rugged coast, pebble beaches, salt pans, fortification walls, sleepy villages, red wine – Plavac mali, and delicious oysters and other seafood.
In the last ten years adrenalin-pumping activities became an integral part of Croatian tourist offer. White water rafting in Croatia is one of those activities.
Vrh might be a barley pronounceable name, but it’s a great restaurant worth seeking out. Located in the village of the same name, this family-run restaurant is loved by locals and foodies for few things: for tartufo vero, or a real Istrian truffle (including praised white truffle); for boskarin peka (braised Istrian ox), laid-back atmosphere, […]
Rizman Winery is a brand new winery located in Komarna wine region. And although the winery wasn’t yet officially open when we visited back in September, owners were more than happy to show us around and to invite us for a wine tasting.
I love so many places in Croatia, but Peljesac peninsula is really, really close to my heart. I simply love this part of Croatia. Funnily enough, one thing I love about it is the fact that there are fewer tourists who come here. And still, I can’t stop talking everybody into visiting Peljesac peninsula.