Welcome to Villa Anadingač

Villa Anadingač is located in Dingač, a small village on the Pelješac peninsula, the second largest peninsula on the Croatian coast. Magnificent mountains, beautiful bays, wine yards and olive trees make this region to one of the most exiting regions along the Croatian coast. This area is also regarded as the most famous wine producing area in Croatia. Since old times people of this region had a great passion for wine and the Sea.

The best red wines come from the areas of Dingač and Postup, which give their names to the famous wines, Dingač and Postup.

Panorama of Villa Anadingač
Panorama of Villa Anadingač
Panorama of Dingač area above our house, Pelječac peninsula
Panorama of Dingač area above our house, Pelječac peninsula

Dingač is a cozy, authentic village in the Dingač Region, beautifully situated in the foot of the mountains, where locals grow their own vegetables and produce famous domestic wine. In the heart of this small village you will find Villa Anadingač, an oasis of peace and harmony.

Surrounded with Mediterranean vegetation, Villa Anadingač provides a perfect place for those who wish to spend a peaceful and quiet vacation.

Villa Anadingač private beach 50 meters from our house
Villa Anadingač private beach 50 meters from our house
Villa Anadingac location map of Borak, Dingač, Pelješac peninsula
Villa Anadingac location map of Borak, Dingač, Pelješac peninsula


Distances: Dubrovnik - 100 km, Orebić (ferry to Korčula) - 14 km, Trstenik (ferry to Mljet) - 5 km, Gas Station and Bank - 4 km, Beach - 50 m

for our guests arriving by plane, we can arrange transport from the airport upon request

Our apartments and rooms are situated near the sea. We have our own private beach with a shower that our guests can use. As a special free offer we take our guests on fishing trips where they can experience different fishing techniques. Later on, the fish is deliciously prepared, accompanied with our fine domestic wine. You can also buy our domestic wine at popular prices. While staying at Villa Anadingač you can also undertake trips to Dubrovnik (only 100 km), or to the islands of Korčula and Mljet. Naturists, who like to sunbathe and swim on isolated spots will find an paradise here, with unpolluted beaches and the clear blue sea.

For the lovers of the underwater world, a Czech diving club is offering excursions to interesting diving locations. If you have your own diving equipment you can refill it there.

Those interested in hiking and climbing can explore the mountains and hills above our house where moufflons can be seen. There are two sand/pebble beaches nearby, together with a restaurant and cafe bar. Our guests can also use our surfing equipment. Wine making has always been a tradition in this region, those interested can accompany us to our wine yards and participate in wine harvesting and wine making.

The first Saturday in August Villa Anadingac arranges a big party for all our guests with domestic wine tasting, accompanied with fresh fish and home grown vegetables and fruits.

Useful links:

Dubrovnik Tourist Board

Croatian Tourist Board

Dubrovnik Online Travel Guide

Absolute Dubrovnik Travel Guide

How to arrive

By Air

The most practical and convenient way to reach Dubrovnik is by air. There are daily flights from Zagreb with Croatia Airlines, and weekly flights from many other European cities.
More at: Dubrovnik transportation by air

By Bus

By bus from Zagreb bus terminal (duration - ca. 12 hours), Rijeka, Split or Trieste in Italy.
More at: Transportation by coach / bus in Dubrovnik and Croatia

By Boat

A very interesting and pleasant journey to Dubrovnik is by Jadrolinija ferry from Rijeka, which stops at islands and ports such as Zadar, Split, Hvar and Korcula along the way (Duration - ca. 17 hours)There are also international ferry services from Bari in Italy.
More at: Dubrovnik transportation by sea, Ferry Routes and Timetables

By Car

Coming from central Europe, you can reach some of the coast destinations faster by car than by train. However, Dubrovnik is located at the very south of Croatia and not yet connected with the highway. During the summer months traffic at the borders is a bit heavier, and that can cause some delay.
More at: Getting to Dubrovnik by car

For more information about Villa Anadingač accommodation please contact us at: danicicbozo@gmail.com for rates and availability

WELCOME - we will do our best to make your vacation at Villa Anadingač unforgettable.