Mount St. Ilija was sometimes called Perun hill by Slavic god of thunder, and Monte Vipers (Snake Hill). It will win you over with stone abstraction and the unexpected richness of color while hiking to the top that provides a spectacular view of Dalmatia with its countless islands and the mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina- On bright days you could even see the Monte Gargano in Italy.
Hill is 961 m high and is the highest peak of Peljesac peninsula. It is 6.5 km long and 2.5 km wide.
Climb to the top is available all year round, but it is not recommended to go to the top alone, especially if you have no mountaineering experience.
For this reason Viganj4you.com offers an organized ascent of St. Elijah.