Adriatic Apartments Hotel

Mokalo 6, Orebic, 20250, Croatia
Adriatic Apartments Hotel
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Transportation & weather

by tincro

We're going to Orebic beginning of September. Can you tell us what transportation you would recommend once we're there. would you hire a car (and if so is it expensive?) or do they have a local bus or anything else. My husband isn't that good at walking great distances as he suffers with a bad back so just wondering what you'd recommend. Also, is it going to be hot? (I hope so) thanks for the help

Re: Transportation & weather

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Orebic for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 75f / 24c
Low 56f / 13c
Rain 3.70in / 93.0mm
Rain days 9
Hours of sun 8
Daylight hours 12
UV level 6 = High
Humidity = None
Sea temp 73f / 23c

Re: Transportation & weather

by loonytoon01

The transportation around Orebic as in public transport doesn't exist. However, some of the buses pass through it on their way to Dubrovnik. Also, you are only a short ferry ride away from Korcula and these ferries run very often. Renting a car in Croatia is not a cheap thing to do but it might be worth it, at least for a day or two, so you can explore Peljesac on your own as it's a wine growing area and some of the best Cro wines are produced there.

Travel Tips for Orebic


by pinkglow

Orebic is a pretty little village across from Korcula Island. Fishing merchants would retire here in the 18th century and the fine old residences can still be seen. The pebble beach at the far end is pretty but unfortunately very busy mainly with very obese men in tight lycra speedo's (so take your sick bag). After the second week in September the village slows down but it is all very noisey and a tourist Mecca. There are a few restaurants along the front (all aimed at the tourist inparticular the Germans) and quite honestly the worst food I have eaten anywhere in the world. The exception being "the Poiseden" situated on the main road which served very nice food.
There are some very nice walks in the area including a very steep walk up to the Monastry with lovely views and the most wonderful cemetary. The campsites looked magnificent right on the waterfront a little way out of the village. There are three dreadful looking huge hotels also just outside which cater for thousands of German guests and the few British who deem to travel with Balkan holidays.


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