Activities in Orebić
Carpe diem on Pelješac
Orebić and Pelješac are bursting with ideas of how to best seize the day. There are plenty of things to do so you can spend your holiday just the way you like it. Swimming in the sea is a must, after which you can go diving and exploring the shipwrecks, fishing, sailing up and down the Pelješac channel, surfing and kiteboarding, cycling across rolling hilltops, hiking up the Zmijino brdo hill, running, walking and trekking along the Pelješac paths and vineyards.
Find out more about the original grape variety Plavac Mali going down the "Pelješac – vinsko carstvo" tourist road. Set out to the hinterland of Korčula in a buggy. Go on a boat ride to the small island of Proizd and enjoy the sunset. Join the professionals on their sailing adventure to Hvar or Lastovo. Spend a day on the island of Mljet and enjoy the serenity of the sea and green lakes. Go on a powerboat ride to Vis and visit the Blue Cave (Modra špilja) and, finally, find out what a world heritage site feels like; visit Dubrovnik and walk down it romantic streets.
What's worth experiencing?
- Pebble beach and surfers' haven Viganj
- Hiking up to St. Ilija's mountain peak
- Diving at the location of the sunken German torpedo boat S57
- Mountain biking along marked cycling trails
- Buggy Safari on Korčula
- Tennis at the seaside
- Must-see destinations – Dubrovnik, Mljet, Hvar and Lastovo