Peljesac is the largest of Dalmatia’s peninsulas. Over many centuries, it has experienced a number of cultures, each of which have left their mark. The historical towns of Ston and Mali Ston (“little Ston”) are joined by the ancient Ston Walls, built as defence against attacks from the mainland. Ston is renowned for its oyster beds and the old salt quarry is still operational. The climate and soil of Pelješac together make it an agricultural heaven; the great tradition of winemaking survives, olive and olive oil production and wonderful fruit and vegetables. In any restaurant you will always find dried figs, the best quality olive oil as well as those famous oysters. Local wines such as Postup and Dingač are readily available to accompany every meal. The Bay of Kobaš, with a sandy shoreline and its own marina, has become very popular with the yachting community.
Kobaš Bay is located near Dubrovnik (Croatia) 42° 48' 12.0332" N , 17° 44' 36.6971" E
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Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Sailing Area: Croatia
Other places in this itinerarySplit Milna Bol Jelsa Lovište Kobaš Bay Mljet Island Korčula Island Stari Grad Šolta Island
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