At the very top of the Pelješac peninsula, there is Lovište, a picturesque village imprinted in a beautiful Adriatic bay. Lovište is one of the youngest settlements on Pelješac, founded in the 19th century. It was inhabited by residents of other islands who left their homes affected by phylloxera, which ravaged the islands vineyards, and the first settler was from the island of Hvar. Maybe the number of hours of sunshine that exceeds that of the sunniest island made the fact that the people of Hvar inhabited this area - 3000 hours and the rare rainfall adorns Lovište and the surrounding area. There are about 80 households and about two hundred permanent residents in Lovište today. Although Pelješac is famous for its wines, olive growing is the most popular here - Lovište is surrounded by numerous olive groves with over 10 thousand trees. The pine has not yet supplanted the holm oak here, and the most represented of the animal species are the birds, however, we may also encounter jackal, mongooses, owls, down, or wild boar. Lovište has a long tradition of hospitality and tourism, so it is easy to find accommodation with friendly hosts in numerous apartments, rooms and holiday homes in Lovište.