The Republic of Dubrovnik, a state that lasted from 1358 to 1808. had high levels of democracy, today known as one of the first to stop trade with slaves in 1416.

Pelješac is the second largest peninsula in Croatia. It is located in South Dalmatia in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, 60km from Dubrovnik and 170km from Split.

Trpanj is situated on western part of Peljesac peninsula. Once an important harbor area and mainly fishing village, today a tourist hub for Pelješac.

Situated on the river of Neretva, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is a town formed with influence of three religions present there.

If you ask anybody in Dubrovnik to name the most beautiful island on the Adriatic, most of the answers will simply be – Mljet.