The main activity for people coming to Orebic is windsurfing as the winds between Korcula island and Peljecas can get pretty strong. Usually the best wind can be caught in the late afternoon and those who know how to eat it make a real show then. Other times of the day the wind is usually strong enough to learn how make a use of it. And once you...more
Skvar 2, Orebic, 20250, Croatia
Good for: Business
Petra Kresimira IV 107-109, (formerly Rathaneum), Orebic, 20250, Croatia
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
Kralja Petra Kresimira IV 119, Orebic, 20250, Croatia
Good for: Families
They serve absolutelly the greatest octopus salad and ligne na zaru (grilled squids) I have tried in Croatia. The waitress Snezana was always recommending the best plates and what made the octopus salad so tasty was the changes she made, I think they were preparing it without tomatoe for us..more
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Peljesac is a long peninsula in the southern part of Croatia. Coming by car from the north you can either take the coastal path passing Bosnia and Hercegovina or shorten the way and take a ferry from Ploce to Trapanj. Then you can cross the mountains to get to Orebic which is on the other side of Peljesac.
Other way of getting here is the ferry or catamaran from Split. There is a catamaran Krilo going from Split to Korcula (stopping in Hvar) which takes 3 hrs, costs 50 kn and it's a very nice ride. Then it's only 15 min boat ride from Korcula to Orebic.
It seems to be more expensive to shop using credit cards, so if you carry cash, you can get by cheaper. Listed prices are usually for cash and they sometimes add 2-5% for credit cards.
Getting cash is easy - there is a number of ATM (cash stations) in Orebic and my Bank One banking card from Chicago works in all of them and throughout Croatia just fine, so I stopped carrying Travellers Checks years ago.