Step into a fairy tale

Step into a fairy tale

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  Fall in love with south Dalmatia! An under-explored world of wild and robust nature where the blue sea and lush greenery merge into one. Magical towns with rich culture and history. Charming small towns whose simplicity will win you over. Unique people of extraordinary hospitality. Pelješac, the second biggest Croatian peninsula after Istria will thrill you with its diversity!
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The magic of unspoiled nature

The magic of unspoiled nature

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See the diversity of plant and animal life on the Pelješac peninsula! It's an explosion of life that happens when the Mediterranean sun shines on over 1100 species of plants. This always-green peninsula, framed with clear waters, stretches over 355 km2 with altitude ranging from 1 to 961 meters. Evergreen forests, olive groves, vineyards, tropical fruits such as oranges, lemons, pomegranates; almonds, carobs; medicinal plants and herbs such as bay leaves, rosemary, sage, mint; exotic cacti and palm trees! In addition to plant life, you will be amazed by a rich wildlife. On Pelješac, especially in Lovište, the species that really stands out is the jackal – a subspecies of coyote that in this region can be found only on Pelješac. They can often be seen early in the morning…
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The charm of a dalmatian fishing village

The charm of a dalmatian fishing village

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Discover Lovište – a small paradise on Earth! Take a few days just for yourself and feel the energy and peace of this small fishing village set in a gorgeous bay at the very end of the Pelješac peninsula. It will win you over with its natural beauty, sunny climate and warm-hearted people. Explore all the magical and wondrous places on Pelješac and south Dalmatia and return to the safety of this tame place. Experience real Dalmatia!
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Your place in the sun

Your place in the sun

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If you're looking for a place in the sun, you are bound to find it in south Dalmatia! It is well known that in all of Croatia only the Dalmatian coastline and its islands are blessed with the Mediterranean climate, which gives us long, dry and warm summers, and cool and humid winters. Enjoy relatively high temperatures during the course of the entire year, which only in January and February fall below 10 degrees Celsius. Lovište is set in a gorgeous bay sheltered from strong winds in the westernmost part of the Pelješac peninsula. You will love the contrast between the predominantly upland landscape of the peninsula and the gentle relief of Lovište with hills lower that 200 m. Due to its geographic position and the characteristics of the relief,…
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Tourism with heart

Tourism with heart

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Are you sick of mass tourism and feeling like a number? Experience tourism with heart! In this idyllic fishing village with a population of around 200, you will feel at home. Most businesses are family businesses, people work in tourism, fishing and agriculture, and are all very hospitable and friendly. They will gladly say hello on the street and smile, maybe even ask you how you're doing. Here you can find several family restaurants that prepare food according to traditional recipes, olive oil manufacturers and honey farmers as well as domestic products such as orange and lemon marmalades, liqueurs, salted fish – all made in the traditional way. This is a real place with real people and here you can experience authentic Dalmatia. The village is a car-free zone and…
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A plate full of health

A plate full of health

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Would you like some lobster? Croatian gastronomy, especially on the coast and islands, developed on the tradition of organic and healthy Mediterranean diet that consists of meals made of vegetables and olive oil, fish, shellfish, wine, goat and sheep cheese and fruits such as citrus fruits, grapes, figs, almonds. The uniqueness of our cuisine lies in the healthy preparation of meals. Namely, vegetable is boiled in nothing but water and is later seasoned with olive oil and herbs such as rosemary, sage, basil and marjoram. This might sound simple, but the result is an amazing harmony of flavours. After all, less is more. Fish is usually prepared as brudet (a type of traditional Dalmatian fish stew, also found in Kvarner and Istria), boiled or grilled, while meat is roasted under…
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Find us – location

Find us – location

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You can find Camp Lupis if you're coming from the direction of Split or the direction of Dubrovnik. In both cases, you turn off the Adriatic Highway and take the road to Pelješac in the direction of Orebić. In Orebić, you continue straight to the last village – Lovište. If you are coming from the direction of Split, you can take the A1 highway or the Adriatic Highway to Ploče where you can board the ferry line Ploče-Trpanj. After a one-hour ride, you will arrive in Trpanj and from there you drive in the direction of Orebić and then toward Lovište for about an hour. This way you can get some rest from the driving, have a cup of coffee, enjoy a sea ride and avoid crossing state borders. Still,…
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