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After Istra, Peljesac is the largest peninsula of Croatia. Pelješac is the peninsula of the mountains, excellent red wines and famous oysters and mussels which are cultivated here. The peninsula is particularly well-known by its animal wealth. Here one finds also the rare animal kind of the Mufflone. Rarely have you seen such varied nature as here on the Peljesac peninsula with its subtropical vegetation along the coast, abundant vineyards, mountains and picturesque bays. Among the most beautiful beaches are superb beaches of Divna and Duba. Peninsula of Peljesac, can be reached by ferry from Ploce or by car, via Ston, down the tourist road along the Peninsula.
Peljesac is ideally located for day trips to Dubrovnik, Mljet, Korcula and Medjugorje.

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Peljesac beaches photo gallery (with map) and naturist beaches

Peljesac naturist beaches Map

In the central part of Peljesac peninsula there aren't any official naturist beaches, but many coves, for example between Zuljana and Trstenik, are visited by naturists. The rule is if naturists show up first, "textile" sunbathers go for the next cove, and the other way around. All of those beaches are reachable by dirt road some 50-100 meters from the beach.


Ostupa, Orebic - naturist beach Map

Ostupa naturist beach is located in Orebic town on Pelješac peninsula.
Near Orebic one finds many small islands suitable for naturists, specially for shy beginners but also for all other who wants to enjoy peace and quiet.
Among most popular naturist beaches are beaches located on two small islets of Velika and Mala Stupa. Also nearby islet of Majsan is often visited by nude swimmers.
Another popular naturist beach is on Badija island. But this island is nearer Korcula than Orebic.
Orebic page

More about this Orebic naturist beaches in the Beach Report Trstenica and Beach Report Orebic.

More info about Orebic including accommodation offer


Trpanj - naturist beach Map

Trpanj beachTrpanj is a village on the northern coast of the peninsula. Naturist beach is located east of the seaside promenade, just after Dracevac beach.
Trpanj accommodation.

More info about Trpanj including accommodation offer


Prapratno, Ston- naturist beach

Naturist beach located 3km west of Ston village on the peninsula, in the Prapratno cove. Textile camping "Prapratno" with a sandy beach near by.

Prapratno camping, 7ha, 500 guests
20230 Ston
tel. +385 (0)20 754 000
fax. +385 (0)20 754 344

More info about Prapratno including accommodation offer. See offer also for Ston.


Grdni Do, Zuljana - naturist beach Map

Zuljana, a village and small harbor in the cove of the same name, on the southern coast of the Peljesac Peninsula; population 206. The village is located at the end of a valley which - slowly descends from Gruhavica (352 m) to the sea.
Grdni DoGrdni Do
Beautiful pebble beach Grdni Do, north of Zuljana, is often used by naturist but is not naturist exclusive or official naturist beach. The beach faces West so it has lots of sunshine. It is accessible by boat or by dirt road from Zuljana. You can park your car about 100m from the beach from where sheer bridlepath leads toward the beach.
In Zuljana's vicinity there are plentiful quiet beaches often used by naturists, so you can find a nice peaceful place for yourself in pristine nature.

Peljesac Paradise - Information, accommodation and beaches in Zuljana and other villages in the area.

More info about Zuljana including accommodation offer


Pricavac, Loviste - naturist beach

Rocky beach near Loviste village on the Northwest tip of the peninsula.
Loviste is a small fishermen village 15km west of Orebic. It is the place where the road across the peninsula ends.

More about this beach in the Beach Report.


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