Pelješac stocks some great beach hotspots, few of which get swamped by the hordes of tourists that swarm along the Dalmatian coast. Most of the peninsula’s beaches are made up of pebble, although many have shallow, sandy undersea sections that are perfect for paddling and wading.
Locals come to Orebić and nearby for its beaches. The nicest one is Trstenica, sandy, with a few bars and a section for naturists. It’s a 20-minute stroll east of the ferry terminal.
Boats make regular journeys to Viganj, a popular spot for windsurfing.
Trstenik Beach is named after the neighborhood in which it is located, and is located west of the beach Žnjan
Excellent beaches stretch either side of the main road too. Prapratno, 3km west of Ston, is secluded and sandy.