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Orebic - Peljesac

On the south of  Croatia you will find the second largest Croatian peninsula - Peljesac. The largest place on Peljesac is Orebic. Orebić is located at the foot of mount St. Ilija, facing the sun. This little town is known for its maritime tradition, and a large part of that heritage you can see at Maritime Museum.

Orebic is a great place for your vacation, it offers a clean and clear water, pleasant climate and beautiful beaches. The most beautiful beach, Trstenica, is just 10 minutes walk along the coast.

Numerous intact bays, wine-growing regions with the most famous Croatian wines - Dingac and Postup, olive trees, Mediterranean vegetation, beautiful underwater world and untouched nature are the main characteristics of Orebic and Peljesac. Near the Franciscan monastery, which is surrounded by century-old pines and cypress trees, you can enjoy unforgettable view over sea, Orebic, Korcula and surrounding islets. Next to the monastery, there is a walking trail marked with standard signs, which leads to mount St. Ilija.
Due to the height of 961 m and unique position of Peljesac, view from the top of St. Ilija is considered one of the widest and most beautiful views in Croatian mountains, with stunning view on Peljesac channel on one and Neretva channel on the other side.
The average temperature of 9 C in January to 30 C in July makes Orebić ideal holiday destination, not just in summer, but during the whole year. Orebic is a combination of natural treasures and tradition that is worth visiting.

From Orebic you can easily visit the surrounding attractions and destinations - individually or in the organization of local agencies. Some of the organized trips are:
 

  • Full day excursion to National Park Mljet
  • Full day trip to Dubrovnik, Mostar, Korcula
  • Half-day excursions:
  • Fish picnic, Riviera cruise - excursions that are consisting of sailing around Korcula – Peljesac channel and tasting local specialties and wines.