On the far south part of Pelješac peninsula, there is a small hidden bay, surrounded by mountains and hills – Kobaš bay. This bay also hides something every foodie would appreciate – Niko’s fishermen house. Here, you will not only eat delicious, homemade and fresh food, but also find out about the owner’s family history and tradition.
A one-way trip around the Adriatic can be an excellent opportunity to discover the Dalmatian coast. A seven-days sailing trip from Split to Dubrovnik represents an interesting journey around towns, islands, bays and beaches, so take a look at one route plan.
Trstenik is situated on the southern coast of the Pelješac Peninsula, and is also called “the port of wine”. Visitors are welcome to several wine cellars in Trstenik. They can also try traditional food and local wine at small family establishments. Trstenik is the place to enjoy wine, sea and beautiful nature.
When you arrive to Lovište, a small village at the gate of Pelješac peninsula, you can find a beautiful small family restaurant named Barsa. This konoba (tavern) is open form mid-May to mid-October in the afternoon and evening. The atmosphere and the offer of the konoba are exceptional.