Peljesac is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, located on the east coast, halfway between Dubrovnik and Split. Surrounded by the Neretva, Mali Ston, Korcula-Peljesac and Mljet channel. It covers an area of 355 square kilometers, is 85 kilometers long and has about 8.000 residents. Peljesac channel (1270 m) separates the island of Korcula and the Peljesac peninsula and the north east coast of Korčula to the middle of the Peljesac channel is an archipelago of about 50 islands and islets, very romantic and with beautiful beaches.
Climate is the "Adriatic" type, mild Mediterranean, with long, hot summers with clear days, and short, mild and wet winter, and falls within the climatic zones of the Mediterranean. This is the warmest area of the Croatian coast, which is very favorable for the vegetation and agriculture, primarily wine and olive growing. Characteristic fruit: almonds, walnuts, oranges, lemons, figs, pomegranates, nespole and grapes.