Pelješac

Peljesac is the largest peninsula in Dalmatia, located in the southern part and only fifty kilometers away from Dubrovnik. The only major peninsula in Croatia is Istria.
It is divided into four municipalities: Ston, Janjina, Trpanj and Orebic.
Ston is famous for its medieval city walls, which are the longest in the world after the Great Wall of China, and for the oldest European factory of salt.
Trpanj has a long and rich history. In Trpanj is antique fortress Gradina, numerous churches, chapels and monuments.
Most densely populated place on the Peljesac is Orebic, place of the sea captains.

Peljesac has untouched nature, beautiful rocky and sandy beaches, clear sea and numerous olive groves and vineyards.
It is interesting because of the large number of walking and hiking trails, one of which is certainly the most attractive: Peak Sveti Ilija, height 961 meters, which offers a breathtaking view of the islands of Korcula, Lastovo and Mljet.
For lovers of active vacation is particularly interesting a place called Viganj, which is due to the strong wind, suitable for surfing.

Mobile homes of camp Perna are located near the town of Orebic and Viganj and with its blend of comfortable accommodation and nature are excellent choices for families with children as well as for people who want an active vacation.