Fist of all, welcome to Antony Boy.

We’re situated on the Pelješac peninsula, in the small town of Viganj where our company offers cozy waterfront accommodation and a great mix of activities for you to try!

We offer activities ranging from adrenaline fueled kitesurfing courses to relaxing spa+winery days. Whatever your preference, you can find it here.

Activities in Viganj

Our little town is situated in a large bay and surrounded by quaint winery villages. Viganj has a long maritime tradition, and as a result it has become a botanical garden full of exotic plants and trees brought to the village by the seafarers of Peljesac. This is an especially beautiful landscape to explore in summer when you can see the areas main economies of olive farming, wine-making, and fishing in full swing. A short walk from Viganj will take you through blossoming vineyards and past local fisherman setting up their nets, all without sacrificing on the comforts you expect for a relaxing holiday.

Northeast of Viganj, towards Orebić, towers the highest peak of the Peljesac peninsula: Saint Elias. Adventurous visitors can take a  hike to the top of this mountain enjoy the beautiful sunset that makes it look like islands of Peljesac archipelago are sinking on the horizon. Viganj is ideal for a family holiday where you can relax and enjoy with children and friends. You can enjoy the ideal climate, great beaches and clear waters. For peace and quiet, there are several small coves where you can completely relax away from the hubbub of the main beaches.

Viganj is also very good for those who love water sports, especially kite-and windsurfing. This has become a favorite destination for surfers from around the world. In addition, visitors can go scuba diving, cycling, hiking or climbing. The very brave can try climbing up to or paragliding down from the top of Saint Elias. Viganj also has a healthy dose of history, and the center of Viganj boasts an ancient Dominican monastery and parish church of Our Lady of the Rosary. A little further you can also see the Gothic church of Saint Michael. Since the whole area is known by sailors, many homes open their doors to visitors so they can see what the homes of old sea captains and sailors were like.

During the summer season you can attend numerous festivals and bars, mostly on the beach, with entertainment options for all ages. As for the cuisine, we recommend you taste the local fish specialties and wine at the restaurants “Monutun”, “Karamela” and “Forte”. If you want to enjoy good music on the beach, we recommend some of the beach bars-“Bofor”, “Čiringito” or “K2,” where you can have fun at live shows into the early morning.

Wind & Kite surfing

Our unique position, right on the beach in Viganj makes our destination perfect for engaging in all kinds of water based activities. Because of perfect weather conditions, however, the most popular water sports are windsurfing and kitesurfing. Our facilities are located near the middle of the Pelješac channel, and here the weather conditions are among the best in the world for windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Our surfing school can teach you the basics of these engaging sports or, if you already have the knowledge, you can rent the sport’s best gear at affordable prices.

Check out our windsurfing and kite center:


If you’re a both-feet-on-the-ground kind of person, we’re sure that numerous excursions available from our reception desk will be of interest to you. Daily visits go to medieval Korčula, which is home to a large number of restaurants, a movie theater, museums, a culture center and many organised events throughout the season.
The island of Mljet, the home of one of seven Croatian National Parks, a church built in 12th century and the Odysseus Cave, is only 20km from Viganj and is connected to the city with daily ferry and boat lines.
On Pelješac itself you can visit ancient Illirian villages and archaeological ruins of the Nakovan village or hike to the top of Saint Elijah which, at 886 meters high, is very popular among mountain climbing and paragliding enthusiasts. Where the peninsula meets the mainland, you can visit the town of Ston which has a wide choice of incredible food options, the oldest European salt factory (dating back to the 14th century) and ancient defensive walls which guard the entrance to the entire Pelješac.



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