If you are traveling to Pelješac, make sure to stop by the Mikulić winery – you will be delighted by the romantic stone building, and with a glass of top-quality Plavac mali, your view of the sea, vineyards, and olive trees will be even more delightful.
The Mikulić winery is located east of Orebić on one of the most beautiful Pelješac estates, with an idyllic view of the sea, the island of Korčula, and Mount Sveti Ilija (Saint Elijah). In the center of the estate stands a beautiful stone building, surrounded by vineyards, olive groves, nature, and sheer tranquility – the perfect place to escape from the city. On the terrace and in the spacious stone yard are flowers, a random olive tree, harmonizing with green window shutters – everything is coordinated, simple, and unpretentious. The unique ambiance of this place has attracted many fans of Plavac mali and of extra virgin olive oils.
Bold, innovative and different – Winery Mikulić- Pelješac.
Visit some of the most picturesque cities in the Mediterranean: Dubrovnik, Korčula, Ston or discover the natural beauty of the island of Mljet.
Due to their unique windiness, small towns Viganj and Kućište (on Pelješac) are must-see destinations for windsurfing and kitesurfing enthusiasts. Located only 7 kilometres away from the Heritage Hotel Adriatic, they provide an unforgettable experience. Windsurfing on Pelješac is more than just a sport, it is a way of life – all year round!
The highest peak of Pelješac, Sveti Ilija (St. Elijah), can be reached in multiple ways. However, for true adrenaline lovers, there’s only one way up – by Mountain Bike. The endless and free expanses of Pelješac dotted with multiple vineyard and forest trails, attract an increasing number of adrenaline addicts every year.
The peak of Sveti Ilija (Saint Elijah) can, of course, be reached by an easy walk or at a slightly faster trekking pace. The Pelješac plateaus are so beautiful and rich in flora and fauna, so it’s really easy to forget about time up there. If so, for the truly brave, the fastest way back from the mountain is by paragliding!
In the western part of the Pelješac peninsula, the mountain of Sveti Ilija (Saint Elijah) rises high, rising to 961 meters above sea level. St. Ilija is an imposing massif, narrow and high.
A beneficent climate and vegetation provide favorable living conditions for animals in this area, both for indigenous game/rabbit, partridge / and predators: jackals, foxes, martens, crows, etc., as well as domiciled mouflons.