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Orebic - where the nature - is still the nature



Orebic is situated on the south-western part of Peljesac - facing sunshine and beautiful historical town of Korcula. You can enjoy view on this architectural pearl and beautiful scenery of Peljesac channel from St. Elliah hill (961m) - which dominates the scenery surrounding Orebic with untouched nature of agaves, cypresses and Mediterranean vegetation.

Unspoiled nature of St. Elliah - with it's walking paths, excursion and hunting destinations - melts naturally with crystal clean sea - which you can enjoy at one of numerous Orebic beaches and personally witness meaning of credo which Orebic use to present itself to it's visitors - place where the nature - is still the nature.

Average temperatures of the air from 9.1 C in january to 26.5 C in july - are ideal for short trips, walks and enjoying the natural beauty of the region in the cooler part of the year, while sunbathing season lasts from May 'till long into September.

Orebic also offers romantic setting of the past - you can experience while walking trough old part of Orebic which shows it's rich historical heritage. Orebic is famous for it's maritime tradition, so it's commonly known as "cradle of captains" - you can find interesting artifacts of that rich historical tradition in Maritime museum and Franciscan monastery and museum on St. Elliah, which is also a belvedere with stunning views of Peljesac channel.

Numerous restaurants, cafes and clubs, and different other tourist facilities, will make your holidays more complete with gourmet specialties of the region: fish, game, Mediterranean vegetable and famous Peljesac wines - specially Dingac & Postup.



Main sandy beach in Orebic - Trstenica

Orebic port

Orebic and Korcula - as seen from St. Elliah hill



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