For sale two seafront captain houses, Peljesac.
One house is first row to the sea and the other one is second row to the sea.
Palaces were renovated in 2005. Back side palace is not in use, needs small finish works. Palaces are owned by a company.
There are two palaces, one on the seafront with front yard, other on the back of the first one. Backside palace is larger. Land plot is 2000m2, (could be bought or rented for long time, more land in the back), and palaces have 1330 m2 of living space. Palaces can accommodate approximately 50 – 60 persons. Ideally to do rental business and turn these palaces into luxury 5 star boutique hotel with berths for yachts in front. Palaces were built 300 years ago, by noble family, who were given the noble title from Venice.
There is a pier for the boats in front. Palaces are also under conservators protection and were renovated according to their instructions.
Location is quiet place with interesting history and untouched nature. Palaces are located in small village on the south side of the Peljesac, and enjoy many sunny days per year. In this area are famous wineyards of Dingac. Also Peljesac is known for hunting mouflons and as windsurfers paradise.
Peljesac is situated in southern Dalmatia between Neretva bay in the north and Mali Ston bay eastward (between which is so called Little Sea). Mljet channel is south of Peljesac, and Peljesac channel on the western side. Dubrovnik is very near the entrance to Peljesac.
Through history it was called The Point of Ston (lat. Puncta Stagni, tal. Ponta di Stagno).
The modern name Peljesac is new, after a same named hill above Orebic. Several centuries back it used to be called Sabioncello in Italian.
It is the second largest Peninsula in the Adriatic after the peninsula of Istria.
Peljesac is 65 km long and is 348 km2 in surface. It is connected with mainland by 1450 m narrow Stonska Prevlaka. This peace of land devides Mali Ston and Ston channels, which are bays in fact but called channels.
Prevlaka is mostly sandy, probably created by sea sand sedimentation , which means that Peljesac used to be an island.
There are fertile valleys and rocky hills in Peljesac, the highest of them is St. Ilija, 961 m high.
Located in the south part of Adriatic Sea, near Dubrovnik, entering from Ston village to this long peninsula, takes 1 hour drive to its northern end of Loviste village.
Peljesac is surrounded by numerous islands and islets. Most of them are north, in the bay of ports Drace and Brijesta. Just opposite of Peljesac is island of Korcula, and from Orebic village of Peljesac ferry goes to town of Korcula, takes 20 minutes.
The climate is mild Mediterranean. Northeastern parts of the island are cool and dry because of the wind “bura”, while southwesterna are warmer and more humid thanks to “jugo”. The average temperature in January is 7oC, 26oC in July. It belongs to Dubrovacko-neretvanska county, with local centres in Orebic, Ston, Trpanj and Janjina.
About 9000 people inhabit the peninsula. Main industries are olive and wine growing, fishing and tourism.
Ferries are available in Trpanj – Ploce, Orebic – Korcula, Prapratno – Mljet.
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