A small village on the Dalmatian peninsula of Peljesac, Viganj is probably best known for its beaches. Not surprising, we know, but these aren't just the, "Oooh I'm tan and happy and relaxed" kind (although they can be found here in spades); these are the, "Look mom, I'm windsurfing" kind. Considered to be some of the best windsurfing destinations in all of Europe, the stretch of sand and water that makes up the channel between Peljesac and Korcula hosts more than a few high-profile competitions every year, particularly during the summertime. This doesn't mean you have to be a pro to get out on the water, but it should give you an idea of what kind of conditions to expect.
Not into windsurfing? That's not a problem, as Viganj is also a great starting point for hikes up Sveti Ilija, the local 961 meter (3153 foot) high peak. Check out our link for more info on just what you can expect to find both on and off the water here.
Note:Viganj is about 120 km (75 miles) northwest from Dubrovnik.