Peljesac is administratively divided into 4 municipalities. The municipal centers are in order: Ston, Janjina, Trpanj, and Orebić, and the municipalities also bear the names of their centers.
In terms of tourism, tourist communities are connected in marketing and project into unique activities, regardless of administrative demarcations.
When you leave behind Croatian cities, head for the roads of the peninsula where vineyards, sights, and your hosts await you. Ston walls are connected to Ston and Mali Ston, famous for their walls, saltworks, and shellfish farms. Continuing your journey you will come across Janjina, a fishing and farming village. Trpanj is a fishing village known for its beautiful beaches. Orebic is known for its maritime tradition, while the hinterland, Peljesac Parish, is a famous wine-growing region.
The walls of Ston, called the "European Great Wall of China", were built in the XIV. century, and are 5, 5 kilometers long. Ston is also home to the oldest active saltworks in the world, which has remained true to tradition and the natural way of salt production, which has not changed since ancient times.
Throughout the peninsula, you will find medieval churches and monasteries, and the heritage of various cultures from the Stone Age to the present day. It is impossible not to enjoy the wine and gastronomic offer along the way.
On Pelješac you will find a bit of everything to experience real Dalmatia.