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Property type:Apartment
Occupancy:50 persons
Location:Croatia > Dalmatia > Orebic

Contact person:Alen Ivanovic
Phone no.:00385 99 5350569
Mobile no.:00385 (0)91 5350569
Advertised here since May 2010
The contactperson speaks the following languages:
English Croatian Italian
Contact hours (local time)::
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Tuesday:0:00 - 24:00
Wednesday:0:00 - 24:00
Thursday:0:00 - 24:00
Friday:0.00 - 24:00
Saturday:0:00 - 24:00
Sunday:0:00 - 24:00
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    Description of vacation home

    8 studio-apartments for two persons
    (two extra bed can be rent)
    all apartments have:
    separate entry
    bathroom (shower bath, wash stand and toilet)
    TV with satellite reception
    child's bed (on demand)
    cooking stove
    freezer (on demand)
    dishes, glasses and cutlery
    oven and grill
    iron (on demand)
    terrace with sea view
    table and chairs on the terrace
    car access and parking in front of the house
    With help of three restaurants in Orebic (can be chosen by the guest!) we offer breakfast, pension and half board.
    ( half board only 12 € for one person )
    The two houses took place in the quite area of Orebic at the bottom of St. Ilia´s Mountain (961 m), 450 m far away from the sea and the main seaside. Orebic, the cardle of sea captains and seafarers is the pearl of the Peljesac Riviera. It is located at the south-west point of 70 kilometers long Peljesac Peninsula, wich has been connected with the mainland by Ston resort causeway. Orebic is virtually a large pebble beach. Owing to the exceptionally convenient geographical location it has been protected from unpleasant north wind blows. Through it is daily exposed to the sun, the light refresing mistral wind will make your stay very pleasant
    OREBIC (Orebici), a small town on the southern coast of the Peljesac Peninsula; population 1,489. An average air temperature in January is 9.1 ºC and in July 26.5 ºC. The surroundings is characterized by luxuriant Mediterranean vegetation. Economy is based on farming, fruit growing, fishing and tourism. Among the beaches, the most interesting is the cove of Trstenica. Orebic has ferry lines with Korcula Orebic has ferry lines with Korcula. It is located on the regional road running along the peninsula. In the past Orebic was an important maritime centre; until the 16th century it was called Trstenica and was the duke's seat under the Dubrovnik administration (1343-1806). - Stone tumuli and fortifications (on the hills of Gruda and Vizanjica) date back to the prehistoric times. The traces of a Roman habitation (remains of a Roman villa - villa rustica, graves) have been found as well. The small Baroque church has an early Christian marble relief built-in above the door of the closed arcade. Orebic has also the Maritime Museum. The Gothic-Renaissance Franciscan monastery (15th c.) is located 2 km west of Orebic; it features a collection of works of art. The monastery church was built in 1486 by Mihoc Radisic; the main portal features the relief of Madonna, a work by an anonymous disciple of N. Fiamberti; in the church is another relief of Madonna, made by Nikola Firentinac (Nicholas of Florence). - On the hill above the monastery is a Gothic church, restored in Baroque style, dedicated to Our Lady of Karmen. Next to it are ancient sarcophagi and several age-old, huge cypresses, as well as a Baroque loggia and the ruins of the Trstenica duke's castle.Since ancient times Orebic has developed as a mari-time centre (the town was named after a family that gave several captains). The Peljesac Shipping Society was founded in 1865 and had as many as 33 ocean clippers (sailing ships). As one of the largest shipping societies on the Mediterranean, it also opened its own shipyard. When steamers replaced sailing ships, the Society and Orebic suffered very bad times. However, navigation remained the most appreciated occupation in Orebic and on the Peljesac Peninsula.
    Today, Orebic is an important tourist resort, offering various accommodation facilities (hotels, apartments), long sand beaches, numerous small coves and clear seawater, as well as sports and recreational facilities and opportunities (tennis courts, football; yachting, windsurfing), outstanding gastronomic offer - especially seafood and famous Peljesac wines (Dingac, Postup) - and pleasant walks in the surroundings. The cemetery near the church of Our Lady of Karmen above Orebic, the final resting place of Peljesac-born captains, offers a beautiful view on the island and the town of Korcula, as well as on numerous islets in the Pelje-sac Channel. Below the Franciscan monastery and the church is a forest of cypress, protected as a -forest park. The ships passing through the Peljesac Channel sound their sirens to greet the church of their patron saint and the resting place of deceased captains, and are replied by sounding of the monastery bells.
    Close to the monastery is the village of Karmen with several mediaeval monuments. It is the starting point of walking tours to the picturesque upper villages of Ruskovici, Stankovici and Podvlastica. One of the favourite ascents to the peak of Sveti -Ilija (St. Elias) (961 m) also starts here.
    Numerous traditional religious feasts take place in Orebic and the surroundings, the most notable being the feast day of Our Lady of Karmen (16th of July). Theatre tours are organized in the summer months, as well as other cultural events and entertainment program.
    Orebi? is situated at the south-western part of the Pelješac peninsula, at the bottom of the St. Elias hill (Sv. Ilija 2900 ft.). That picturesque sunny townlet was the town of sea captains and a sailors. Many documents and various articles from its famous seafaring past can be found in the Maritime museum of Orebi?.
    Orebi? offers to its visitors pure enviroment, untouched nature with hundred years old pines and cypress trees almond trees, agavas and flowers. Long sandy beaches and numerous small bays with cristall clear sea - water,On the hill nearby there is the Franciscan Monastery (1470) dominating the scenery and housing the museum. Tourists are offered an impressive and memorable view from here to unique beauty of this region

    House info

    House size:600 m2
    Living room1 :40 m2, Hide-A-Bed Couch, Ability to Cook, Couch Corner, Dining Nook, Tiles,
    Kitchen :10 m2, 8 seats, American Kitchen, Oven, Kitchenware and Tableware Available, Refrigerator, Freezer, Gas Stove, Hot Plates,
    Bathroom1 :5 m2, Shower Stall, Sunlight, Bidet,
    Bathroom2 :Bath Tub, Bidet,
    Bathroom3 :
    Bedroom1 :25 m2, 1 Double Beds, 1 Single Beds, Dimmable,
    Bedroom2 :
    Bedroom3 :16 m2, 1 Double Beds, 1 Single Beds,
    Miscellaneous :Washing Machine, Garden Grill, Garden Furnishings, Phone, Internet /WLAN, SAT reception, TV, Balcony, Terrasse, Veranda, Fenced, smoking not allow,
    Pets allowed:Yes


    Bus :Orebic0 km
    Fähre :korcula, born place Marko Polo1 km
    Flughafen :Dubrovnik110 km
    Tennisverleih :0.2 km
    Sonstiges :Planina0.5 km
    Bootsverleih :Boat2 km
    Tennis :Tennis1 km

    Price info

    Extra costs:Heating,
    Payment:Invoice, IBAN, Cash, Prepayment Without Discount,
    Minimum stay:1 days
    Arrival:Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,