Private transfer Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Airport to Orebić OR Orebić to Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Airport
Distance approx. 110 km
Duration 1h 55 min – it may take longer depending on the traffic condition.
You can arrange your private transfer to Orebić quickly and easily to any address in Orebić, and of course also to other destinations. One of our English-speaking drivers will be at your disposal.
Orebic is the largest town on the Peljesac peninsula, situated beneath Mount St. Elijah, in the western part of the peninsula, across the sea from the town of Korcula and Lumbarda, with which it is well connected by regular ferry lines with the island of Korcula.
The road to Orebić goes through the town of Ston and then across the entire Peljesac Peninsula. The closest larger settlements on the penisnula Peljesac are Kuciste andViganj the west, Trstenik and Zuljana to the east and Trpanj to the north.
Local residents are mainly engaged in tourism and agriculture, and in particular it should be noted that in the area of Orebic are two of the most and the best locations for growing the best Croatian Plavac Mali – Dingač and Postup.
Throughout history, Orebic belonged to the Republic of Dubrovnik, as its westernmost settlement became known as a place for sailors and captains, which is visible at every step of this magical beautiful place.
Houses built along the northern coast road give the city Orebic urban identity and its gardens are picturesque park zone. Orebic is now mostly a tourist resort, a few are still sailors or farmers. Many of the old captain’s houses were renovated in the last decades for tourist purposes and have lost their original appearance. T
There is also Maritime Museum in Orebic, which exhibits an abundance of exhibits which remind visitors of glorious days when sailing ships from Orebic sailed all the world’s seas.
High above Orebic, there is an old cemetery, a church from the XV. century, and a Franciscan monastery that was built next to the church. From the elevation at which there is a church and monastery there is a breathtaking view of Peljesac, Korcula and nearby smaller islands.
Today the inhabitants are mainly engaged in tourism and out of their city they made very most popular tourist destination that offers everything one needs. From the market, port, hotels, campsites, entertainment and recreational facilities, banks, ATM, many private holiday houses and apartments available for rent, restaurants and small taverns – you can find all it in this charming town, modern and well organized, but also rich in historical and culture.
Beautiful pebble beaches that stretch along the coast of the city, with many small islands in the beautiful archipelago of Korcula channel will leave you breathless.