Zuljana is a hidden gem located on Peljesac peninsula, an hour away from Dubrovnik.
Zuljana has a perfect mediterranean climate, warm summer days and cooler nights.
Nestled between gentle, green hills this sandy bay is turned to the west with pine woods reaching straight to the crystal clear sea.
The village is best known in the southern Adriatic for its beautiful and numerous pebble beaches, which are particularly suitable for children because they are shallow and clean.
Zuljana has a very old history. Some of the churches are dated back to the 6th century. New archaeological findings place the early settlements as far back as ancient greece.
In the village there are two diving clubs offering diving tuition, equipment hire and dives.
Crystal clear sea, shipwrecks and coral reefs make diving in this area a special experience.
Equally if you like hiking, you can enjoy hours of walking in the unspoilt countryside. Walk the 490 m peak of St Ivans for its incredible views.