Orebić - Peljesac peninsula is second largest peninsula in Croatia. It is located on the east coast of the Adriatic sea, between river Neretva and Mali Ston channel, halfway between Dubrovnik and Split.
Orebic is a town with about 1500 inhabitants, on the south side of the Peljesac peninsula, turned towards Korcula, at the foot of the Sv.Ilija mountain (961m). Colorful town, birthplace of naval captains and sailors whose rich tradition is kept in the Orebic naval museum. Orebic provides to its guests untouched nature of centennial pines, cypresses, olives, almonds, agaves and flowers.
Quality soil and beneficial Dalmatian sun allow the grapes to produce abundant grape bunches, traditionally used to make Croatia's most renowned wines that originate from the Peljesac peninsula: 'Dingac', 'Postup', 'Plavac' and 'Peljesac'.
Orebic gives excellent opportunities to take walks along the sea where Orebic yards are lined up, along the picturesque sandy beaches and vegetation or further inland.
Accommodation is offered in hotels, apartment complex as well ad in numerous villas, private apartments and auto-camps.
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