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Orebić is situated on the southwestern part of the Peljesac peninsula at the bottom of the St. Elijah’s hill. It is a cradle of sea captains and sailors, whose rich tradition is kept at the Maritime Museum. The following cultural monuments can be visited in Orebić: the Franciscan monastery with a lookout, the church of Our Lady and a museum, Skvar, the Captain’s house, the Rector's Palace, the Captain's Cemetery and the winery. The Trstenica bay offers a large sandy beach, and if you're searching for solitude you will find many rocky coves and bays with small beaches in the vicinity. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy swimming, surfing, water skiing, rowing, sailing and underwater diving. The surrounding Orebić area is suitable for hiking as well as collecting herbs, giving you the opportunity to taste and buy homemade Peljesac wine or sherry.

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