If you've been around this blog, then you perhaps already know how much we love Peljesac Peninsula. We visit the peninsula whenever we can; sometimes only for a scenic drive and gorgeous views; other times for serious reasons like wine tasting.
One of the most popular islands to visit during the summer, Brac offers to its visitors lots of things to do and see. We summed up for you all interesting things to do on Brac Island.
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.
It's been four months already since our weekend in Bol on the island of Brac. We've meant to write all our Brac posts much quicker than we managed to do it. The time really flies. Anyways, we've had some awesome experiences on the Brac island, and particularly in Bol, and one of those experiences was a wine tasting at the Stina Winery in Bol Croatia. Yep!
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.