ABOUT OREBIĆ 2017-10-05T22:12:22+00:00

ABOUT OREBIĆ

PEACEFUL AND A BIT DREAMLIKE

Peaceful and dreamlike, Pelješac deserves to be listed among the most interesting tourist locations of the southern Adriatic coast that are most certainly worth visiting. The longest Dalmatian peninsula charms you at first sight with its picturesque landscapes and rejuvenates all who visit it.

A rich history has left its mark in the form of the walls of Ston and other buildings such as the Franciscan monastery and Maritime museum in the town of Orebić. Your attention will first be drawn to beautiful pebble beaches and an extremely clear sea, but Orebić hides many additional attractions, from cultural and historic landmarks to sports, recreation and gastronomy.

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GET TO KNOW OREBIĆ AND ITS SURROUNDINGS

The pleasant Mediterranean climate, nature, and a combination of the St. Ilija mountain and Adriatic Sea, are an ideal basis for various activities that you can practice during your vacation. Running, hiking, riding a bicycle or walking will lead you through the interesting Pelješac landscapes by the sea or into the hinterland. Even those who are more adventurous can find perfect spots for rock climbing, kitesurfing and windsurfing. For more on hiking maps, windsurfing schools, rock climbing spots… Ask at the reception desk. It is possible to rent a bicycle or scooter as well.

Rent a boat or a jet ski and spend an unforgettable day at the sea. You can find all the information you need about the types of boats, prices, and tour packages for boat rentals in Orebic at the reception desk or by visiting the following link: RENT A BOAT – OREBIC

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GEOGRAPHICALLY ATTRACTIVE AND A TRUE PARADISE FOR ALL FOODIES AND WINE LOVERS

Great location! Discover amazing towns of Dubrovnik, Ston, Mostar, Međugorje, or Split, just a short drive from Orebić (approx. 2 hours). You can do it yourself or you can ask at the reception desk and take an organized tour. Fun is guaranteed no matter what!

Just across the Pelješac channel, you will see the islands of Korčula and Mljet. Korčula can be reached directly from the campsite or by one of the regular ferry lines going from the port of Orebić. The Mljet National Park is a must see if you are a true nature lover.

Foodies & wine connoisseurs. Welcome to paradise! As a true seaside town, Orebić will win you over with its delicacies from the sea. Ston is famous for first-class oysters and mussels. Your enjoyment of Dalmatian specialties can be well complemented by wine and of course, olive oil. Pelješac is renowned for its celebrated red wines – Dingač and Postup, and many wineries across the peninsula enable you to taste them for free and buy your favorite one.

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