Paradiso Camp offers its guests a cosy stay in the shades of a hundred year old pines and olives, far away from the busy traffic, and is ideal for a family holiday.
Near the camp there is a pebble beach and private parking in that area.
The entire area around the camp is especially suitable for those tourists who are interested in active vacation, therefore they might like windsurfing, sailing, hiking, mountain biking and many others.
Active vacation that includes windsurfing and sailing is a great option due to favourable winds that help us get through the summer heat. Those in favour of diving and other underwater activities can also enjoy the marvellous sites around the camp. Tourists that like to explore the nature have many small and hidden bays that are easily reachable and where you can enjoy its beauty.
If you are more prone to the extreme sports like hiking and free climbing, or mountain biking we highly recommend the St. Elijah hill (961m) whose slopes are higher than the place.
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What to visit?
Known as the captain city, Orebić is a popular location for families with children, located on the Pelješac peninsula.
From Orebić you can reach some of the south Dalmatian islands such as Korčula, a city often connected to the sailor Marco Polo. In Orebić’s wine basements you can taste their famous wine.
Korčula is located on the southeast part of the island in the south part of Dalmatia. It is an ideal starting point for visiting the nearby islands.
In the historical centre surrounded by the walls there are many monuments both historically and culturally important, such as the St. Marc cathedral, filled with the artistic pieces of Jacop Tintorett. Korčula is connected to Pelješac through the ferry line.
Located in the south Dalmatia this island is the greenest, the southest and at the same time the eastest Croatian island. It is also declared a national park.
National park Mljet is consisted of more islands and two salty lakes where you can drive canoes and kayaks. Jacques Cousteau considered this national park one of the world’s most beautiful destinations for divers.
Zidine u Stonu, obrambeni zid i jedan od najvećih srednjovjekovnih fortifikacijsko-urbanističkih pothvata  u ukupnoj dužini od 5,5 km, zidine su ojačane sa 40-ak kula i 5 tvrđava. Povezuju Ston i Mali Ston. Nakon što je 1334. Dubrovačka Republika stekla Pelješac, bila joj je potrebna zaštita grada Stona.
Prvo je u tridesetak godina zidan obrambeni bedem (među najdužim u Europi) s jedne na drugu stranu poluotoka, te prema jedinstvenom projektu planski podignuta dva utvrđena gradića: južno Ston i sjeverno Mali Ston s ciljem okupljanja ljudi za čuvanje granica i rada u solanama od kojih je država mnogo dobijala.
Godine 1667. urušilo se oko 0,5 km zidina u katastrofalnom potresu, a zidine su znatno oštećene u potresima 1979. i 1996. godine.
Godine 2004. započeo je rad na restauraciji i sanaciji zastarjelih zidina, koji ima za cilj omogućavanje posjeta predjelu između Velikog i Malog Stona.Za obići prvotni dio potrebno je 15 min, a za doći od Velikog do Malog stona zidinama 30 min.