The village is scattered around a small bay, protected from strong winds, and on the nearby hills. Lumbarda faces the Peljeshac peninsula, the mainland of Croatia, and an archipelago of tiny beautiful islands, where in summer kayakers and rowers sail in clear sea waters enjoying the view. The fertile sandy soil has made Lumbarda famous among wine destinations. Here you will not see a bunch of people looking for architectural gems or museums, but you will meet lovers of delicious white wine who come especially for wine tasting in local vineyards for centuries in the company of delicious Dalmatian cuisine. The longest is called Przhina. You can ask the crew to take you there in case you want to feel the sand under your feet or maybe even build sand castles like we all did when we were kids.