Sreser is a small fishing village situated 3km from the main road. Warm sea and pleasant beaches are the main attractions of Sreser.
The place is suitable for those looking for peace and untouched nature as in Sreser You will only find restaurant, café bar and grocery store.
We recommend the surroundings for those who like to go for walks and all of those interested in century old settlements and their traditions.
Events: Velika Gospa 15th of August, local party - see other events in Drace
Small islet Gospin Škoj right across the main beach in Sreser is very interesting and you can reach all areas easily (by foot, swimming....) At the top there is a cross placed on the largest rock, which is easily reached and makes a great view-point.
Mali Ston and Ston: First two places upon entry on Pelješac Peninsula, connected by the Great Ston Walls (also known as “European version of the Great Wall of China”), a monumental fortress with towers, 5,5km long, built in XIV century.
These two towns, Ston and Mali Ston, are well known for their rich history, inhabited since the ancient times, when the first settlements were formed, named Stagnum (lat.Swamp), furthermore, salt production established during the reign of Republic of Dubrovnik, still very productive.
The bay of Mali Ston is famous for seashell farming.
Ston Summer from 15th July till 30th August, local festive time with numerous concerts, shows, authentic Dalmatian live music and many more.
Culture: Ston walls, Gospa od Lužina Church, Franciscan monastery, Offices of Republic of Dubrovnik, Sorkočević Palace, St.Peters Church.
Prapratno is a small bay consisting of few family and holiday houses on Peljesac peninsula, 3 km south of the town of Ston.
Placed on the southern side of the peninsula and looking onto the island of Mljet, Prapratno is known for its sandy beach and camping site. Beach in Prapratno bay stretches through whole bay. The sea is not deep so it is convenient for children and various sea games
If you decide to spend your holidays in Prapratno, you will have a tranquil holiday in apartments and rooms of private houses placed close to the sea.
Prapratno is also ferry port that connects island Mljet to the mainland. The ferry is driving through whole year, and is very often in summer time. The ride takes about 30minutes.
Zuljana, small place and a harbour, placed in a lovely bay on south side of the peninsula Peljesac.
Apart from its exceptional beauty, Zuljana is a typical mainly involved in wine growing, fishing and tourism.
In the vicinity of Zuljana are some of the most beautiful beaches on peninsula Peljesac and even whole Adriatic coast.
In Zuljana You will also find grocery store, restaurant, caffe bar, pizzeria and diving center.
Events in Zuljana: Local folk fiesta St.Ivan on 23rd June, celebration filled with authentic folklore and old traditions and rituals.
Potomje - Dingac
Vivid village situated in parish of Peljesac peninsula, the most fertile land for production of high quality wines, such as world famous red wine grown on steep slopes Dingac.
Potomje does not have any usual tourism content as it is 2km from the seashore, but will offer an unforgettable sensual experience for any wine lover. It is the pin point of all wine tours around Peninsula Peljesac and Island Korčula.
Through a four hundred meters long tunnel , towards the slopes of Dingac, the road leads to Potocine on the right-hand side, and on the left there is a village called BORAK, both of them representing excellent places for a peaceful vacation.
The accommodation in private villas and apartments, red vine and excellent fresh sea-fish will make you enjoy your vacation.