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Peljesac Peninsula


The next day, we drove to Makarska, left our rental moto and took the bus to Ploce, where we got the ferry to Trpanj.

When we arrived, we checked in to Trpanj Rooms in the old town close to the church. If you get here without a car, it’s going to be a little bit tricky to get around because there are hardly any taxis and you need a car if you want to explore the best places of this area. Unfortunately, we didn’t have one, and it took us a while to figure out how to get to Divna Beach

Trpanj is a small village, very cute to walk around but you don’t need more than a day there to see everything.

TOP TIP: Go to the only big restaurant on the main road called Konoba Skojera Trpanj (where we had food later on the day) and ask for Darijo’s phone number, a guy to runs a taxi service. We paid around 700 Kuna go to Divna and back, plus to go from Trpanj to Ston the day after.

He took us to Divna beach where we spent the rest of the day, having cocktails and enjoying the sun this cute bay is a great hidden gem.

Our taxi came to pick us up in the night after spending all day at the beach. We came back to Trpanj and saw an amazing, colourful sunset over the fishing boats in the port!

As I mentioned earlier, we finished our day having a delicious dinner at Konoba Skojera we had SO much fresh fish that night, it was so yummy! This place deserves 5-star feedback, and I highly recommend it if you stop in Trpanj for the night.

The next day we left our apartment, had breakfast in one of the cafes close to the port and waited for Darijo’s friend to pick us up and drive to Ston. We had a great conversation about history, Croatian/Bosnian politics to Ston until we arrived in the early afternoon.

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