Touristic settlement Perna in Orebić was a military summer resort in ex-YU. It was built in 1970-es and has 950 beds at Komodor Hotel, bungalows and a campsite. The plan of the municipality is a reconstruction of existing and construction of new sports facilities and marina.The sea currents are strong in The Pelješac Channel between Korčula and Orebić- good for windsurfing and yachting.
In a port there are two ferry-terminals for Korčula, on the east to Dominče and west to Old Town(closer).
Orebić is 22km by car away from Trpanj, also on Pelješac peninsula, a ferryboat port to Ploče.
We have a very good experiences with finding a good accommodation in this country. In high season in might be more difficult but you can still find some for a good price.
about $5-10 per person per day.
Luxury Apartments Peninsula Peljesac Orebic
Newly renovated, all the six apartments of the villa are air conditioned, tastefully furnished and have stunning sea views. The villa is centrally located in a lovely village which offers all the amenities. There are restaurants within minutes walk in either direction and plenty of water sports like wind surfing in the nearby village of Viganj. There is also kayaking, sailing, walking, trekking, cycling and fishing. Our guests can laze the days away sipping the local wine while relaxing on the covered veranda on the ground floor or the terrace on the first floor. Second floor apartments have balconies. The top floor apartment has stunning views from all the windows and patio doors including the bedrooms. There is some night life, Viganj has a disco, there is a nightclub in Korcula and the local hotels offer entertainment in the evening. Orebic has many shops and restaurants and ferry services to the island of Korcula opposite to visit the historic Old Town. Orebic Peljesac Croatia
The village of Viganj has a burgeoning windsurfing scene. There is a windsurfing and scuba diving school here. A trek or drive to the Sveti IIja Monastery above the village, offering a stunning Ariel view of the area, is highly recommended. There is a restaurant further up from the monastery where you can have lunch whilst enjoying the lovely views. There are many other watersports on offer in the area like kayaking, sailing, fishing etc. Orebic has many shops and restaurants and the old part of Orebic, on the sea front is very picturesque and has a long shingle beach. In Orebic you can take a car ferry to the island of Korcula and explore this historic island. You can also take a passenger ferry directly to Korcula Old Town, where the architecture has a Venitian influence as this entire area was controlled by Venice. Korcula is also the birth place of Marco Polo and you can visit his ancestral home. Korcula also has many interesting shops and many bars and restaurant
Local activities surfing, swimming, tennis, walking, sailing, cycling, fishing, wind-surfing, water skiing, mountain biking, mountaineering, paragliding, roller blading
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