- About Orebić
Orebić is located in the southwestern part of Pelješac on the coast of the Korčula Channel. It was named after the Orebić family – family of sea captains. Before that it was called Trstenica, which is now the name of the main beach in Orebić. In the past, maritime affairs had an important role in the development of Orebić. Sailors and ships from Pelješac had an important role in the fleet of Dubrovnik, even during the Austrian rule. In 1865 the Peljesac Shipping Society was founded in Orebić, and in 1875 Emperor Franz Joseph opened the shipyard, where, in addition to repairing ships, three sailing ships for long voyages were made. Orebić was reputed as the city with the largest number of captains in Croatia. As evidenced by 40 churches and chapels and 17 Catholic cemeteries, Orebić had a great Catholic tradition.
Orebić 20250, Pelješac
42.974079, 017.178749 (42°58’26.7″N, 017°10’43.5″E)
Town hall: 00385 (0)20 713 678
GPS coordinates: 42.974079, 017.178749 (42°58’26.7″N, 017°10’43.5″E)
Address: Orebić 20250, Pelješac
Orebić – Grad Korčula (8km)
Orebić – Ston (57km)
Orebić – Makarska (98km)
Orebić – Dubrovnik (109km)
Orebić – Split (170km)
Orebić – Zadar (289km)
Orebić – Zagreb (540km)
Orebić is located on the Pelješac peninsula. You can reach it by ferry Ploče:
GPS: 43.051387, 017.429648, (43°03’05.0″N 17°25’46.7″E)
Trpanj: GPS: 43.009599, 017.267717, (43°00’34.6″N, 017°16’03.8″E)
If you are driving with a car show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do mjesta Orebić koje se nalazi na poluotoku Pelješcu. Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema mjestu Orebić koje se nalazi na poluotoku Pelješcu. Hvala!
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