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House for Sale in Peljesac. This property consists of two houses that were last adapted in 2018 with a total area of 230 m2, two ruined houses, and a shed. The first house consists of three floors with a total area of 108 m2: On the ground floor is a living room, kitchen, and bathroom, on the first floor, are three rooms. Below the entire house is a tavern. The house is fully furnished with its original restored furniture and built-in wardrobes from the year of construction. The first house is separated by a terrace (app. 50 m2) from the other house. The second house consists of two floors with a total area of 122 m2. The first floor consists of a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen, and a bedroom. The second floor consists of a living room and kitchen, hallway, bedroom, and bathroom. The second house is made as two apartments. In the second part of the garden (approx. 50 m2) above the other house, there are two ruined houses that need reconstruction. The houses are located in a quiet part of the village – an ideal place to relax from a busy city life located 2-3 km from beautiful Peljesac Beach and many walking trails.
It is the longest of all Dalmatian peninsulas, abounding in natural bays, mostly covered with woods, with a coast full of beaches, reefs, bays, and fjords. Peljesac was inhabited since ancient times by Illyrians and Greeks, later by Romans and since the 7th century by Slavs.
Peljesac has an ancient maritime tradition and is the home of many captains famous for their skill and bravery on the open sea. It is also well known since ancient times for the fine vineyards, and the excellent sorts of wine, “Dingac” and “Postup”, are famous all over the world.
The visitors get a special experience by visiting the picturesque places on both sides of the coast, green with the olive and pine groves and the low bush forests. Across the whole peninsula, there is a new asphalt road joining all the settlements. One branch of the road leads towardsTrpanj, and from there you can take a ferry to Ploce or come back several times a day. A second branch leads to Orebic, and there is also a ferry to Korcula several times a day.
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