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Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, this wonderful holiday house welcomes you with a panoramic view on the sea. It is located in the harmonious village of Podobuče, where you can enjoy your vacation and walk to the beach. This older but renovated terraced house is situated about 100 m from the pebble beach. The interiors are practical and decorated with comfortable furniture. There is a barbecue on the terrace where you can prepare your favorite dishes outdoors or relax with a good book overlooking the sea. The parking space provided for you is located near the row house. Pelješac is known for its excellent wines, such as Plavac, Dingač and Postup. The Pelješac peninsula is located halfway between the cities Split and Dubrovnik and is the second largest peninsula in Croatia. Due to the Mediterranean climate, a lot of wine is grown on the peninsula, which is known for its excellent wines such as the Plavac Mali, Dingač and Postup. The peninsula is also known for its salt gardens and long stone defensive walls in the town of Stone, where you can take a short tour over the defensive walls or a longer tour over the mountain to Mali Ston. In Orebić there is a maritime museum, in which the history of the maritime captains there is recorded. At the highest peak, Saint Ilija, you can enjoy wonderful views on the whole island. Drive to the small village of Zuljana with its long pebble beach, where you can enjoy swimming in the sea and then relax under the shade of olive trees. Take walks along the coast and try the fresh oysters and mussels, that are grown just in front the coast of Mali Ston.