A beautiful small town of fishermen
Trpanj is halfway between Split and Dubrovnik on the northern shore of the Peljesac Peninsula.
Peljesac Peninsula is offering a magnificent mountainous background of beautiful bays, picturesque villages where time seems to standstill. There are many vineyards and olive orchards. It is well known as one of the most famous Croatian regions for producing high-quality red wines Dingac and Postup as well as Plavac Mali the native grapes of Peljesac. Mike Grgich, one of the top Californian winemakers came from Peljesac.
Trpanj can be reached by car, bus, and airplane, from either the airports of Split or Dubrovnik. A shuttle service can be arranged for the guests arriving at the latte time. If you choose to travel by car you have the option to take a motorway all the way from the Slovenian border to the Port of Ploce and then proceed by ferry toward Trpanj.
The town is ideal for a beach vacation, thanks to its many beaches and the clean and crystal clear sea. It is also a good starting point for excursions, for example to the close-by bays of Divna and Duba.
There are many restaurants and cafes, a club, ATMs, a post office, a pharmacy, and medical station, various shops, and a quiet marina and fishing port. All you need is a short walk from the Villa Grič.
The tranquillity, the quiet and picturesque landscape, rock and pebble beaches, a crystal clear sea and the hospitality of the villagers and Villa Grič will make your vacation an unforgettable experience.
Other activities in town are soccer, basketball, handball, bocce …
Hiking special: The 961 meters high Mount St.Ilija is a popular goal and offers a rewarding view over Peljesac and its surroundings and islands.
Sightseeing: Split, Dubrovnik, Korcula, the national park at the island of Mljet as well as by car to Mostar and Medjugorje (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
For more photos please visit Trpanj’s gallery page.