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The village of Lovište, peninsula of Pelješac in Croatia

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The road crosses austere hills, before going down towards Lovište, an end of the preserved world, where one saw fishing and culture of olives and figs.

Lovište is a village of some 250 peasants, fishermen and vine growers who offers 30 km of little populated beach and some fresh fish restaurants.


Lovište is located to the forefront of the peninsula of Pelješac, opposite island close to Hvar.

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Possible housing at the inhabitant.
Fish restaurant.

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