The Sveti Ilija mountain

If you're looking for a stunning panoramic view to the sea and islands, this is the place for you.

With height of 961 m, St. Ilija is the most popular mountaineering destination and the highest mountain on the Peljesac peninsula.

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The cypress reserve “Pod Gospu”

This is a special reserve of forest vegetation on the hill in front of the Franciscan monastery.

There are mostly different types of pines and cypress, and they are up to 65 years old.

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The Spila cave near Nakovana

This is a cave above the village Nakovana, not yet open to public due to ongoing archaeological research. In the Hellenic period, 4th-1st century B.C., there used to be an Illyrian sanctuary. It is well preserved, as it was sealed and has remained intact since it was abandoned 2,000 years ago.

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The Franciscan monastery of Our Lady of Angels

This monastery in Orebic is one of the biggest Peljesac attractions because of the wonderful view from 150 metres above the sea. From this location you can enjoy the spectacular view of the Pelješac canal and islands of Korčula, Mljet and Lastovo.

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The Maritime museum

This museum was established in 1957 on the promenade by the sea. It includes exhibitions of diverse historical maritime materials, paintings of Pelješac sailboats, maritime instruments, weapons, atlases, nautical books and other related exhibits.

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The Sveti Ilija mountain

If you're looking for a stunning panoramic view to the sea and islands, this is the place for you.

With height of 961 m, St. Ilija is the most popular mountaineering destination and the highest mountain on the Peljesac peninsula.

MORE INFO

The cypress reserve “Pod Gospu”

This is a special reserve of forest vegetation on the hill in front of the Franciscan monastery.

There are mostly different types of pines and cypress, and they are up to 65 years old.

Više

The Spila cave near Nakovana

This is a cave above the village Nakovana, not yet open to public due to ongoing archaeological research. In the Hellenic period, 4th-1st century B.C., there used to be an Illyrian sanctuary. It is well preserved, as it was sealed and has remained intact since it was abandoned 2,000 years ago.

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The Franciscan monastery of Our Lady of Angels

This monastery in Orebic is one of the biggest Peljesac attractions because of the wonderful view from 150 metres above the sea. From this location you can enjoy the spectacular view of the Pelješac canal and islands of Korčula, Mljet and Lastovo.

MORE INFO

The Maritime museum

This museum was established in 1957 on the promenade by the sea. It includes exhibitions of diverse historical maritime materials, paintings of Pelješac sailboats, maritime instruments, weapons, atlases, nautical books and other related exhibits.

MORE INFO