Sleep to the sound of the sea whilst camping in the heart of Viganj. Relish picturesque campsites only 3 metres from the main beach of Ponta. Commute 40 metres by foot to the wind and kite surfing school. Enjoy camping with amenities – with access to electricity, showers, toilets and a kitchen area.
Delight in the tastes of Dalmatia with two fantastic restaurants close to the campsite, and plenty of cafe options. Prepare your own meals with the freshest fruit and vegetables from the nearby fruit market, and do not forget to buy your fresh fish, directly off the boat at the neighbouring pier.
For those who do not wish to enjoy the camping experience, there are a number of apartments and holiday homes available in Viganj.
Viganj is a must-see maritime village. Situated on a rim of fertile land, in a large cove west of Cape Sveti Liberan. Here you will enjoy many epicurean delights of cuisine and culture. Including night-clubs, restaurants, cafes and vineyards. Explore an area rich in history with monasteries, churches, historic ports and villages. Swim and play in crystal clear waters and beautiful beaches.
Make time to visit the island of Korcula, with even more vineyards, olive groves, and the spectacular old town. For true believers, you may even consider it the birthplace of Marco Polo, and legend tells us it was founded by the Trojan hero Antenor.
Viganj is 8 kilometres from the town of Orebic, for travel to Viganj you should look for routes to Orebic or Korcula. The most efficient mode of travel is by ship, with coastal connections between Rijeka, Split, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik. Korcula has a frequent car ferry to Orebic and a passenger boat travels regularly to Orebic and Viganj.
You cannot visit the Peljesac peninsula without being intrigued by their wines. On the steep southern slopes of the Peljesac peninsula, you will find hard-working vintners tending their Plavac Mali grapes. These very same grapes will produce the outstanding Dingač and Postup wines that you can sample here in their birthplace.
Here on the Peljesac peninsula, you will find they love to grill, so make sure you try some of the grilled options. Including Sea Bream, Sea Bass Scorpionfish or Dentex. If fish isn’t your thing try some grilled Goat meat with feta and of course whatever you are grilling make sure you drizzle some excellent local olive oil over the top.
For vegetarians, there are also plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, with tasty options available.
If you have a sweet-tooth then you are in for a treat, try some of the local cakes and sweets including - paradizet, cukarini, klasuni cookies, amarete, lumblije, rozata custard, sirnice, krempite, krafne, and kroštule sweet knots. As you can see plenty to choose from.
Excellent windsurfing and kite-surfing, with expert instruction.
Camping in unique and picturesque locations.
Access to fine cuisine, and culture.