Drace, a village and cove of the same name on the northern coast of the Peljesac Peninsula, 30 km northwest of Ston; population 48. The cove is a part of the spacious bay of Bratkovica, open to the north. The bay has a number of coves (Drace, Stinjivac, Blazevo and Brijesta). Chief occupations are farming and fishing. Smaller yachts may dock in the harbour (depth 1.3 - 3 m), protected from all winds by a breakwater. The village lies on a local road, branching from the regional road leading through the Peljesac Peninsula, 2 km northeast of Janjina. SRESER and DRACE were originally a fishing settlements. Its inhabitants have traditionally lived off of agriculture, wine growing and fishing, while nowadays tourism is becoming more and more important. All day long surrounded by the sun, along with the hundred-year old cypresses, olives, agaves and wonderful flowers, that is what Sreser and Drace offers to its guests and visitors - pure unaffected nature. Beautiful bays and flint beaches, with crystal-clear sea attracts tourists who love beauty and recovery. There are sandy and pebble beaches, as well as concrete swimming areas in front of private houses. If you prefer rocks, you can go the bays nearby. We recommend the surroundings for those who like to go for walks and all of those interested in century old settlements and their traditions.