The pressure-temperature limits (P-T limits) of embrittled reactor pressure vessels (RPVs) should be determined for normal heat-up and cool-down operations based on fracture mechanics to ensure the structural integrity. In general, the P-T limits are mainly determined by the fracture toughness of beltline region material which suffers the highest level of neutron embrittlement. However, some other components such as nozzles which suffer insignificant neutron embrittlement may restrict the P-T limits as a result of higher stress concentration from their structural discontinuities. Therefore, beltline region material with the highest reference temperature as well as nozzles that have structural discontinuities need to be considered when developing the P-T limits of RPV. In this paper, the P-T limit calculations for a Taiwan domestic pressurized water reactor (PWR) vessel were performed considering both beltline shell and extended beltline nozzles according to the nonmandatory Appendix G to ASME Code Section XI. The three-dimensional finite element analyses were conducted to obtain the pressure and thermal stress distributions of extended beltline nozzles for P-T limits calculation. It is found that the beltline region still dominates the cool-down P-T limit, but the extended beltline region will partially control the heat-up limit. Further, the reference temperature ranges of extended beltline nozzles that may influence the P-T limits of RPV were also investigated. Present study is helpful for safe operation and also provides a reference for regulation of PWR plants in Taiwan.