Is This Peljesac Tourist Destination Cheapest on Adriatic?

Lauren Simmonds

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July the 26th, 2023 – With inflation forcing prices up and holidaying in Croatia no longer being as cheap as it once was, getting a bargain isn’t so easy anymore. Is this Peljesac tourist destination the cheapest on our coast? Tourists from Bosnia and Herzegovina are more than happy with it…

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, one Peljesac tourist destination might just be the cheapest on the Croatian coastline at the moment, and with few inhabitants, it isn’t overcrowded either.

If German visitors are finding Croatia increasingly expensive to visit, imagine what the situation is for guests from countries with less paying power? When guests from neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina are happy with the prices, we know that it’s something worth investigating during this time of price hikes and inflationary woes. The team decided to follow up on claims of a cheap Peljesac tourist destination – Loviste.

Loviste has less than 200 permanent inhabitants is not an overly popular tourist destination, despite it being located on the gorgeous Peljesac peninsula, but everyone who goes there can find beautiful beaches, as well as affordable prices for drinks in local bars and cafes.

Along with the photo of the price list from a cafe that published, they noted that you will pay only 1.40 euros for a coffee. Variations of regular types of coffee will cost you from 1.50 euros to 1.80 euros, while the popular nescaffe will cost you only 2 euros when in Loviste.

If you prefer some non-carbonated juices, prices range from 1.70 euros for Cedevita, to 2.60 euros for Pago or Orangina to quench your thirst.

For those who prefer alcoholic beverages, we doubt you will find a cheaper place than Loviste, writes A 0.5-litre beer is 2.80 euros, while different brands of bottled beer will cost you 2.70 euros to 3 euros.

A one-litre bottle of wine will cost you 14 euros in Loviste, and for some more exclusive wines you will have to spend from 22 euros to 24 euros.

In the sea of coffee shops in popular destinations that raise their prices to the heavens, it is nice to see a place like this that will not “rip off” its visitors, concludes


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