is situated at the south-western part of the Peljesac
peninsula, at the bottom of the St. Elias hill (Sv. Ilija 2900 ft.). That
picturesque sunny townlet was the town of sea captains and a sailors.
Many documents and various articles from its famous seafaring past can
be found in the Maritime museum of Orebic.
Orebic offers to its visitors pure enviroment, untouched nature with hundred
years old pines and cypress trees almond trees, agavas
and flowers. Long sandy beaches and numerous small bays with cristall
clear sea - water makes Orebic ideal summer family resort. On the hill
nearby there is the Franciscan Monastery (1470) dominating the scenery
and housing the museum. Tourists are offered an impressive and memorable
view from here to unique beauty of this region
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