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Pelješac
Ston and Mali Ston
Pelješac
About 20km beyond Dubrava, the twin settlements of Ston and Mali Ston straddle the neck of land which joins Pe1ješac to the mainland. STON  (sometimes called Veliki – or" Great" – Ston to differentiate it from Mali Ston), an important salt-producing town, was swallowed up by Dubrovnik in 1333, becom…
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East to Ston
Pelješac
East of Orebic, the main road twists up into the mountains before reaching, after 15km, the turning to the lazy port of TRPANJ (served by 4 buses daily from Orebić), which lies at the end of a ravine on Pe1ješac's northern coast.
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Kučište and Viganj
Pelješac
West of Orebić, the road follows the coast past the relatively unspoiled villages of Kučiše and Viganj, both of which have shingle beaches, a string of shore-side campsites, and - in the case of Viganj at least - a burgeoning windsurfing scene.
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Orebić
Pelješac
A short ferry-hop from Korčula, the small town of OREBIC was a subsidiary trading outlet of the Dubrovnik Republic for almost five hundred years, and later enjoyed a brief period of extraordinary prosperity during the nineteenth-century revival of Adriatic trade, during which the town's merchants se…
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The Pelješac peninsula
Pelješac
Just across the Pelješac: channel (Pelješki kanal) from Korcula is the PELJEŠAC PENINSULA, a slim, mountainous finger of land which stretches for some 90km from Lovište in the west to the mainland in the east.
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