Trpanj – a hidden jewel with a long history and rich cultural heritage, a home of fishermen and seamen, and a landscape featuring numerous vineyards and centuries-old olive orchards – is now becoming a true Mediterranean paradise with countless cobble and sandy beaches and numerous hidden coves that are waiting for you!

The rural character of Trpanj's surroundings can be fully encountered in the vineyards of the two nearby settlements Gornja and Donja Vrucica.

These two settlements with many nearby villages are settled in hollow on the slopes of Peljesac's inland. There you can admire picturesque landscape, dalmatian limestone area, covered with vineyards, olive trees and Mediterranean vegetation.

If you set off with a winding road leading to Duba, after passing inland of Peljesac covered with vineyards, you will find yourself in front of one of the most beautiful beaches of Peljesac.


Its name - Divna (meaning gorgeous) tells you that its beauty has been recognized long time ago.

This pebbly/gravel beach is a magnet for one-day visitors from Trpanj as well as from other distant tourist places.

The smallest village in the Trpanj's district. Placed at the foot of the highest mountain on the peninsula- St. Elijas (961) and 13 km from Trpanj.

Excursion or stay in Duba means experiencing true Dalmatian fishery and agricultural place.

Tourist board of Trpanj

   Žalo 7, 20250 Trpanj