Orebić is a port town and municipality in the Dubrovnik area in Croatia. It is located on the Pelješac
peninsula on the Dalmatian coast.Orebić is 112 km from Dubrovnik.
Orebić lies at the foot of the St. Elias hill (Sv. Ilija, 961 m). This picturesque and sunny town was the
origin of numerous sea captains and sailors. Many documents and various articles from their seafaring past
can be found in the Maritime museum in Orebić.
In Orebic visitors can see some historical monuments, such as remains of Roman Villa, especially valueble
Early Christian marble relief above the doors of Baroque church, Maritime Museum, art collections of the
Fisković and Zupa families and prehistoric fortifications.
With its luxuriant vegetation, the crystal-clear sea, the rich catering trade, the world-famous wines such as
Dingač and Postup and its warm-hearted and hospitable inhabitants this area offers everything for an
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Today Orebić is popular place for visitors in the summertime. The port is starting point for the excursions to
the nearby island of Korčula. In the region of Orebić is very popular wine tasting in local wineries. In
aquatory of Pelješac the conditions for amazing sailing and windsurfing are excellent. Nightlife includes visiting
restaurants and tavernas serving fresh seafood and famous local wines!
Orebic has beautiful long sandy beaches and small bays with crystal clear water.
The most delightful Orebic beach is pebbly and sandy beach just a twenty-minute stroll from the ferry terminal
and marina. This 1 km long beach is highly recommended for children. The part of the beach covered with pebbles
is reserved to naturists.
Sports enthusiasts can enjoy swimming, surfing, water skiing, rowing, sailing and diving. The surrounding Orebić
area is suitable for hiking, mountain climbing and cycling.
Orebić is also well known hunting destination. Peljesac hunting societies maintain fund of partridges,
hares and wild boars. On St. Elliah mountain there is great population of mouflons numerous with capital trophies.
The town now boasts a number of high-quality hotels including the Hotel Indijan and the Grand Hotel Orebić.
There are also numerous camp sites located around the town.
Many locals also rent out rooms or apartments during the high season.
Although Orebić features several hotels, many guests choose private accommodation for their holidays in Orebić.
On this site we present nice choice of private apartments and rooms in Orebic as well as villas and houses on the
waterfront, where you can enjoy quality accommodation, hospitality and reliability with convenient price.