The main Pelješac road leading from Ston to Lovište, i.e. the very tip of the peninsula, is dotted with landscapes of sharply outlined hills gently descending into valleys of vines, cypresses and olive groves, views of the surrounding islands, from the south to Mljet, from the north to Hvar and from the west to the pearl of Dalmatia, i.e. Korcula. Dozens of miniature ports, mountain towns, including Kuna, located in the central part of the peninsula, with intimidating monuments such as the 18th-century Franciscan monastery or the Delorita church, considered one of the most beautiful religious buildings in the region. We head further north-west, passing such wonders as the town of Potomje – the center of the universe for local winemaking, boasting varieties such as Dingač and Plavac Mali. A little further, behind the so-called “captain’s” serpentines, in the shadow of the highest peak of Mount Saint Elijah, we will find ourselves in the main tourist and service center of the peninsula – Orebič. The captain’s town founded at the turn of the 14th century, once with a thriving port and an economy based on trade, is today an ideal place for summer relaxation.