Drace is a small village with a population of 48 located on the northern coast of the Peljesac Peninsula. The Drace cove (same name as the village) is a part of the spacious bay of Bratkovica. Other coves in the bay include: Stinjivac, Blazevo and Brijesta. Chief occupations are farming and fishing. Smaller yachts may dock in the harbour. The village lies on a local road, branching from the regional road leading through the Peljesac Peninsula, 2 km northeast of Janjina.
Drace is a good choice for families, who want a quiet vacation. Drace offers to its guests and visitors pure unaffected nature. Its beautiful bay with crystal-clear sea attracts tourists who love beauty and relaxation. There are sandy and pebble beaches, as well as concrete swimming areas in front of private houses. We recommend the surroundings for those who like to go for walks and all of those interested in century old settlements and their traditions.
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Trpanj is a small town (population 871) situated on the northern shore of the peninsula Peljesac in the Neretva channel, at the foot of Mt. Velji vrh (474 m) and Viter (629 m). It is the most famous tourist destination on the northern coast of Peljesac . It is connected with the port of Ploce by a ferry line. Nice and relaxed atmosphere, little stony and sand beaches, beautiful crystal clear sea will make your holidays in Trpanj memorable.
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Orebic is a town with more than 1500 inhabitants situated on the south side of the Peljesac peninsula, turned towards Korcula. Located at the foot of the Sv. Ilija mountain (961m), this colorful town is the birthplace of naval captains and sailors whose rich tradition is kept in the Orebic naval museum. Orebic provides to its guests untouched nature with picturesque sandy beaches, centennial pines, cypresses, olives, almonds, agaves and flowers.
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