The beautiful little village gives impression that time has stopped. It is the one of the oldest places on the peninsula Peljesac. The population has always been involved in viticulture, olive growing, fishing and today and tourism and so Trpanj has become a wonderful tourist destination.
In the summer time, on the seaside promenade are organized fishermen nights, bohemian tournaments, pop concerts, show programs for younger audiences and many other festivals. The villge is rich with beautiful beaches. Most beautiful are “Pozora”, “Luka”, “Divna” (ranked in the top 10 Croatian beach), “Duba”, “Jezero” and much more discrete locations.
According to its position, Trpanj is at the center of communications with many eminent places in southern Dalmatia, including destination Trpanj – Dubrovbnik 99 km, Trpanj – Korcula 28 km.
The entire Municipality Trpanj is offered in its romantic beauty. The coast is full of pine trees, olive trees, centuries cypress trees, rocks.
Because of its hilly terrain, Trpanj has a mountain breeze that refreshes the summer heat. The highest peak on the Peljesac peninsula is Sveti Ilija (961 m) which is also called Snake Hill or Monte Vipera (from Trpanj 21 km)
Peljesac Peninsula is definitely a destination for lovers of untouched nature. As it is appropriate for a very quiet holiday, at the same time provides plenty of fun for lovers of active holidays so we recommend hiking, windsurfing and kitesurfing, cycling, caving, paragliding and water polo.
You can be assured that cuisine of this part of Dalmatia will not disappoint you. Peljesac is well known for excellent wine, such as Plavac Mali, Dingač and Postup. Tasting of these famous high quality autochthonous wines is an indispensable ritual for anyone who visiting this region. There are also top-notch, world-renowned white wines Grk, Pošip and Maraština. Do not miss delicacies from a variety of shellfish and other top quality fish specialties. It’s an unforgettable gastronomic experience that will open all of your senses.