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From the embrace of grey, mountainous rocks, Orebić oversees the shipping along ...
show more the Pelješac channel and proudly presents its cultural heritage to curious visitors, beckoning with a glass of award-winning wines.
The captain of the Pelješac channel
The family name Orebić became the town's name during the sixteenth century, when the eponymous family moved here and began making its indelible mark on local history. Sailors hailing from this town made an important contribution to the navy of the Republic of Dubrovnik, while the preserved chapters from its past can be read at the Naval museum, which houses such exhibits as the paintings of sailboats, tools and books used during navigation.
The contemporary Orebić is best explored on foot, strolling along its streets. Great attention-grabbers will spring up in the shape of the gardens of old captains' homes, numerous small churches and the seven Neo-renaissance fountains.
The surroundings of this Adriatic town are enriched by the lush vegetation of cypress and Aleppo pine in their forested nature preserve. The Franciscan monastery on the shoulders of the hill named for Saint Elijah stands out amidst the conifers. Dare yourself to a two-hour climb to the top of the hill and reap the reward of a gorgeous view of Orebić, the coastline around it, and the islands of Korčula and Lastovo arising from the waters.
Orebić - another word for a holiday
The waters around Orebić are perpetually ruffled by the mistral, making the perfect waves for windsurfing. Art lovers cannot fail to appreciate the Franciscan monastery on the small island Badija. Other surroundings are likewise rewarding targets for exploration - a day trip is the perfect way to acquaint one's self with Mljet National park or a number of other destinations in close proxymity to Poreč.
If you prefer to simply bask in the sun, an Orebić beach holiday can be spiced up with a glass of Dingač, the famed local wine variety.
The Pelješac peninsula is halfway between two Adriatic pearls, Split and Dubrovnik. The second-largest peninsula in Dalmatia enjoys a splendid Mediterranean climate, which has made it the ideal site for vineyards and wine making. Pelješac is famous also for its salt pans, which many depended on for centuries, including Dubrovnik and its celebrated Republic. The ancient defensive rampart completes a trilogy of Pelješac symbols. The natives like to call their peninsula "nature in its primeval form."
Pelješac - a salty tale of history
Ston, the central town of the Pelješac Riviera, was one of the major cities of the Dubrovnik Republic. It is home to the oldest salt pans of Europe, and a vast system of medieval stone fortifications. They are said to have been the world's second longest once - second only to the Great Wall of China. Among the castles which surround the town, particularly notable are Veliki Kaštio (Grand Castle) and Podzvizd, which offers a view of the town and the salt pans.
Orebić town was always a cradle of sea captains. Its houses and gardens filled with exotic herbs, leave the visitor breathless. A marine museum in the town keeps the secrets of these old sailors. Near Orebić is the tallest peak of Pelješac, named for Saint Elijah, and its excellent view of the surrounding archipelago.
Kuna, once the seat of princes, is home to a Franciscan monastery with Delorita church (devoted to the Blessed Virgin of Loretto), the area's finest example of sacred architecture outside of Dubrovnik. Trpanj is well-known for its therapeutic mud baths, and contains attractive ruins of a medieval fortress just above its harbor. The pride of Viganj is the church of Our Lady of the Rosary, whose altar painting depicts the naval battle at Lepanto. The old town of Potomje is the headquarters for the production of Croatia's finest red wine.
Pelješac offers a plateful of world-famous oysters
Pelješac Riviera is perhaps the warmest area of the Croatian littoral, an aromatic garden filled with almonds, nuts, figs, pomegranates, citrus fruits and kiwis.
The clear sea which makes Pelješac an attractive tourist destination, finds its way to the dinner tables of the area's visitors. Amongst the numerous fish, crab and shellfish species, special praise is reserved for the oysters. Mali ston is notable for growing and preparing this delicacy which is, aside from its extraordinary flavor and nutritive values, said to have also aphrodisiac qualities.
Pelješac, the peninsula of superlatives
Pelješac vistas open in all directions on vivid landscapes in which the hills trade places with the fields, and endless vineyards are in harmony with sky and sea.
Descend down to the coast from one of them, as the recreational wealth of Pelješac is found down there. Viganj is, along with the Zlatni Rat of Brač, the most popular windsurfing destination in Croatia. If this type of activity does not suit you, put your feet up in Žuljana, one of the biggest and most beutiful pebble beaches on the Adriatic coast.
show more is 112 km (70 mi) from Dubrovnik.
show more Surroundings Orebic as well as the entire peninsula covered with dense evergreen and Mediterranean vegetation , a sunny day is one of the hottest places on the Adriatic. In Orebic developed tourism : the place is equipped with sports and recreational fields and courts for tennis and football, while on the beach guests can rent equipment for water sports and sailing and surfing . The surroundings are ideal for hiking and collecting herbs and slopes in the interior are covered with vineyards of Peljesac indigenous varieties and dotted with wine trails and wine cellars where you can taste and buy homemade Peljesac wine or sherry . There is a large sandy beach in Trstenica , and if you like seclusion and rocks, the surrounding area offers many rocky coves with small beaches . The gastronomic offer will impress even the most demanding guests , we recommend oysters and mussels bred the famous Dingač and procedure . Wealth Orebic is also one of the most beautiful archipelagos with a multitude of Divine islands and beaches to enjoy the turquoise sea and Mljet National Park , which is located about an hour's boat ride which runs daily between Orebic - Mljet .
show more Mediterranean. Orebic is a town where you will certainly get some well-deserved rest.
Camp Perna is located on the peninsula Peljesac, not far from attractive tourist destination Orebic. Camp is abundant with Mediterranean vegetation, and has 600 meters of pebble beach that is, due to the smaller depth, especially suitable for children. Mobile homes are located near the beach in the shade of pine trees.
In the camp is located a snack restaurant, supermarket and a souvenir shop.
On the beach there is a surf center with a surfing school where guests can leave or rent surf equipment. In addition to surfing , you can enjoy a variety of water sports, rent a bike, compete in beach volleyball, basketball, table tennis or boules. Playground offers a variety of fun to the youngsters.
For guests who have decided to rent a mobile home and spend their vacation in this beautiful place everything necessary is is within reach.
show more from the Pelješac vineyards (famous wine Dingač and Plavac...) guarantee a high quality holiday for every tourist.
For those who like active holidays, Pelješac offers various possibilities, surfing (an ideal position in the Pelješac channel), sailing, diving... Of course, it is possible to experience the wonderful natural surroundings on the hiking trails or by bike as well as hiking, especially on the highest Pelješac peak - Sv. Ilijah (961 m). And brave flyers can go leap of the high slopes of Sv. Ilija [Elijah], enjoying the flight and beautiful views of the Pelješac channel, many islands, Korčula, Mljet and Lastovo.
Recommended excursions from Orebic:
Korcula island, approx. 15 min boat ride
Mljet National Park, approx. 1h30min boat ride
Dubrovnik, cca.120 km
Split, approx. 2h 30min by catamaran.
The beach is about 150 m from the ...
show more house, it is easy to reach by walking. The shops and restaurants go all around, but the closest is about 150 m also. The town center is approximately 500 m away.
The first floor has three apartments. Two of the apartments are 40 m2 with 6 m2 balcony. It is for 4 persons. It comprises two rooms with double beds; a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, coffee machine and dining area as well as adjacent bathroom with toilet and shower. The other one is 28 m2 with 8 m2 balcony. It is for 2 persons. It has one room with a double bed and an extra sofa. The kitchen is also in this one room which is fully equiped like the other ones. It has also its bathroom with shower and toilet.
The second floor is the same as the first floor with three apartments, the only difference is that the small 28 m2 apartment has 3 bes, one double bed and one single bed.
In all the apartments there is digital Sat-Tv, air condition and internet.
There is a 28 m2 terrace with garden furniture where people can sit together but also there is a private nicely furnished place with grill and fireplace where people can cook and eat together.
The house is easy to aproache with a car. There is no possibility for the handicapped. The house has a private parking area.
Discover the beautiful Dalmatia
Dalmatia | The picturesque landscape of Dalmatia stretches from the island Rab in the northwest to the border with Montenegro in the southeast. Typical features of the coast in this traditional region are the fjord like bays as well as the islands off the coast. Cultural and touristic centres are the towns of Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Sibenik. In the small fishing villages and idyllic heartland you will find peace and seclusion. Beautiful sandy beaches are a special feature of the islands Rab and Pag. The other islands also are worth spending a vacation on. When on Pag don’t miss out on tasting the local delicassy feta cheese.
Worth a visit is Dalmatia's biggest city Split. Why do you not start at the Diokletian's Palace and take a stroll through the old town centre as well as along the promenade. Alternatively you could walk up to Marjan Hill where you have a wonderful view over the area. Should you want to take in some of the cultural treasures then we would recommend you to visit one of the larger museums of the town.
The Makarska Riviera provides you with some of the most charming beaches where you can relax and recharge those empty batteries. With the phenomenal setting of the Biokovo Mountains as a background make this location one of the unique parts of coastal strip to be found in Dalmatia.
In the south part of Dalmatia you will find the Konavle Valley also known as the “Garden of Dubrovnik”. A variety of vegetables as well as figs, olives and cypresses grow in these ideal surroundings. Equally important are the vineyards of this region that are spread out in this spacious valley. This diverse and fertile countryside invites you to go on extensive walks whilst enjoying the tranquillity that the area offers. Should you want to take in some of the local sights and sounds then you should visit the town of Cilipi where every Sunday folklore events take place.
Photos of the town
Property no. 762793
+ 2 morefrom GBP 316for 1 week
Orebić, Dalmatia (South Dalmatia)
Holiday apartment for max. 4 personsApprox. 30 m², 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, pets are allowed (on request), TV, Internet, beach approx. 100 m