A family house situated in Brijesta with 4 apartments house is five meters to sea. Each apartment has access to a large outdoor fireplace, which is good for baking. Brijesta is a small town with beautiful beaches and a small shop ideal for relaxation Brijesta five kilometers away from Ston 70 kilometara to Dubrovnik and 40 kilometers to the island of Korcula.
Each apartment has Wi-Fi internet access and TV.
Apartment No. 1 has one double bed for two people it also has air conditioning price for one night is 30 € without air conditioning and 35 € with air conditioning apartment has balcony.
Apartman No. 2 has a double bed for two people with large bathroom and a view of the sea’s price is 35 €.
Apartman No. 3 is larger with two double beds for four persons and one single bed all together for five people and has a view of the sea’s price is 50 € per night. There are also indoor fireplace.
Apartman No. 4 has one double bed for two people and one sofa bed with sea view price for one night is 40 € .
Apartments are fully equipped and all have TV and Wi-Fi.
Front of the house has an anchorage for the boat and place to launch a boat we offer domestic products to sell olive oil wine liqueurs mussels and oysters and fish. If someone wants we offer and a boat ride on request. Home address is Brijesta 2 house is in Brijesta but the post office is in Janjina because Brijesta has no Post Office number post office is 20246 Janjina. Janjina is located 15km from Brijesta there are two shops and first aid ambulance. Near Brijeste is Ston 20km there are 4 shops, bank, ATMs, medical clinic, several restaurants and cafes bar that has a Tourist Office .Ston on the Peljesac peninsula town with the longest stone wall in Europe (5, 5 km) and the second in the world after the Great Wall of China! The walls are reinforced with 40 towers and 5 forts. Originally they were 7 km long but partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1667. After the Dubrovnik Republic acquired the Peljesac peninsula in 1334, she needed the protection of the town of Ston and launched the construction of fortifications. This vast complex of Dubrovnik were built from 1334th to 1506th year. It was at that time was the largest fortified urban construction in Europe. He built it from side to side of the peninsula. The walls had a great importance because they defended saltworks in Ston from robbers. At that time, the salt works is the Dubrovnik Republic brought great profit-15,900 ducats every year!
Apart from the famous Ston walls, Ston is known as the city with the oldest active salt brine in the world. According to some historical sources existed at the time of the Illyrians and Romans, and was extended and repaired in the 14th century, after the Dubrovnik Republic bought Ston and protect him defensive wall. She remained faithful to tradition and natural method of salt production which has not changed since ancient times. In addition to producing high-quality salt, today it is known as a tourist attraction.Peninsula Peljesac, South Dalmatia
Pelješac is the longest Dalmatian peninsula, very indented, mostly forested, with a coast full of beaches, reefs, bays and fjords. Peninsula was inhabited in ancient times by Illyrians, Greeks, Romans and since the 7th century. Slavs, Croats. The old historians refer to it as Rathaneus Kersones, Rt lynx. With centuries-old maritime tradition of Peljesac peninsula is sailors and captains famous for their skill and bravery on the open sea. Has long been known for its vineyards, and the excellent sorts of wine, “Dingac” and “Postup” known today in the whole world.
Peninsula, with its picturesque towns on the one on the other coast full of olive trees and underbrush are special. Across the peninsula leads asphalt road that connects all the settlements. One branch of the road separates towards Trpanj, and from there each day the ferry to Ploce and back.