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Riva detail
Riva detail
Lovište is a small village on the western edge of Pelješac peninsula. Its history starts at the end of the 19th century when the first houses were erected on the shore of Luka Bay. Lovište is a kind of isolated and distant corner of Pelješac - the hills between the village and the inhabited southern strip of the peninsula create a sense of confinement.

Like at most of the places in Croatia the shore in Luka Bay was rocky and stony in its original settings. Then, the coastline in front of the houses of the village, the riva was covered with concrete. In the northeastern end of the old village a gravel beach was built up. The series of mixed gravel and concrete beaches on the northern side of the bay joins that main beach of the place. A short section of the northern beach is covered with sand. A gravel beach in Mirce on the north and a tiny gravel beach by Restaurant Gradina close the listing of gravel beaches in Lovište.

Accommodation in Lovište is offered at private apartments and pansions, then, on the northern side of the bay two small camps provide a choice for those who like to stay close to the nature. For the daily shopping needs Lovište has a Studenac supermarket and one more grocery store. A couple of restaurants and bars on the riva prepare Dalmatian specialities and serve refreshments.

View from the beach
View from the beach


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