Accommodation in Orebić
- Pelješac Peninsula -



House Zlatko

Mokalo 13
20250 Orebić
Phone: 00385 98 628708
Sea: 200 m

Apartments Sv. Anton

Put Stankovića 20
20250 Orebić
Phone: 00385 20 713536
Sea: 400 m

Your apartments

20250 Orebić
Phone: 00385 9x xxxxxx
Sea: - m

About Orebić:
Orebić is a town of sea-captains. With its ideal position, it is located in the perfect spot for your vacation. On your vacation in Orebić you can: - swim - bask in the sun - visit the Maritime Museum - visit the Franciscan monastery with one of the most beautiful observation towers on the Mediterranean - hike.. Orebić is a town where you will certainly get some well-deserved rest!
The location of Viganj and Kučište (near Orebić) on the coast at the narrowest part of the Pelješac canal and at the foot of a hill contributes to the development of a west mistral wind that blows a lot faster than is usual on the Adriatic, so Viganj and Kučište have become top surfing destinations for all professional and recreational surfers and kiters.

The wind blows constantly throughout the entire day, sometimes up to 8 Beauforts, so it is no wonder that Viganj has been listed among one of the two most attractive surfing destinations in Croatia, and even Europe. It is precisely because of such natural characteristics of its location that Viganj is host to the Croatian surfing championship every year. It should also be mentioned that the World Championship was held here in 1989 and the European Championship in 1990. According to many surfing enthusiasts, Viganj is the best place in Croatia and wider for surfing and kiting.
Also, during the summer, Viganj hosts a surfing school and surfing equipment renters so even amateurs will be satisfied with the diverse tourist options of this town.
Mountain paths to St. Ilija are marked by standard markings. 3 routes are marked as shown on our map. St. Ilija is abundant in Mediterranean herbs, it is also a habitat of moufflons, while at the mere peak, you will enjoy one of the best views on the Mediterranean. MEDITERRANEAN - MOUNTAIN AREA OF ST. ILIJA MASSIF IS A UNIQUE TERRITORY ON CROATIAN COAST WHICH SHOULD BE EXCLUDED FROM ANY KIND OF HUMAN IMPACT!

Estimate well your physical fitness because you will need 4 hours to get to the top of the highest peak of Pelješac. Plan to leave early in the morning and make sure you have a map as well as numbers of the help line for The Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (HGSS) - station Orebić.
St. Ilija is a favourite among mountaineers, but make sure you have read our instruction before going there, and ask for advice some of the experienced members of Mountaineering Club Sveti Ilija.

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