Apartment for 2 persons

additional beds: 0
48€/30€
(01.07.-01.09./01.09.-01.07.)
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Apartment for 2 persons

additional beds: 2
68€/48€
(01.07.-01.09./01.09.-01.07.)
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Apartment for 2 persons

additional beds: 2
68€/48€
(01.07.-01.09./01.09.-01.07.)
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Orebić (1665 inhabitants) is a municipality located on the peninsula of Peljesac which is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. The municipality Orebić fourteen villages in which there are many apartments in the private vlastništvu. There are, among others, Donja Banda, Oskorušno and Viganj. Place Orebić mentioned šesnaestog the beginning of the century in the former Republic of Dubrovnik. The midst of established settlements, šenaestog at the end of the century, the family Orebić, by which the place got its name, updated the castle. During its history, place Orebić had a maritime tradition. Every place on the Peljesac peninsula has its own soul, so for a day sightseeing and stay in them are suitable Kuciste, Hunting and Potomje. Restaurants, taverns and furnished apartments can be found in places EUR Pelješac, anvil and Trstenik, where you always expect the mood and hospitable people. Orebic is a well-known tourist destination with a different offer of accommodation through the Dalmatian specialties and local wines to the sport - recreational facilities. Besides Pelješac has sandy beaches, which are located along the entire Riviera, there are cultural and historical sights to see, Our Lady's church, where a small museum, the Franciscan monastery, maritime museum, the house captain, and the Prince's Palace. Orebic is always known for its maritime tradition, because they had ships that were part of the Dubrovnik's merchant navy. Today the situation is different in Orebic, apartments have been built in large numbers, which clearly gives the knowledge that tourism in the first place and that this industry to overcome in the future. Peljesac peninsula, where there is a Orebić, has its historical sights that tourists visit - Illyrian sanctuary from the second century BC, which is located in a cave above the town Nakovana. It was found the remains of amphorae, bowls, glasses, plates and ceramic bowls. Parties on the Peljesac peninsula are mostly related to religious holidays (blagan St. Anthony, Assumption, St.. Roko). In places Dingac, Podobuce and hunting ground, traditionally organized festivals. Orebic, which is very good in traffic associated with almost all tourist destinations in Croatia, in his bid has a sport - recreational activities (jedranje, surfing, water skiing, hiking, driving by marked bicycle paths, water skiing and rowing.