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SOLD: Sea view house for sale, Orebic, Peljesac

€105,000
Sale | Locations: Orebić, Pelješac | 263 lot size | 7 beds
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SOLD: Sea view house for sale, Orebic, Peljesac

Sea view house for sale, Orebic, Peljesac that was built as two home house with four apartments and four parking places is located just 1000 m from the city beach.

Orebic is located towards the tip of the Peljesac Peninsula, opposite the island of Korcula. Once upon a time very well known for its maritime industry – which reached a peak in the mid-19th century during the Austro-Hungarian – these days it is probably the best known resort on the Peljesac Peninsula. It is home to some lovely beaches, including that rarity in Croatia – sandy beaches! (Check out Trstenica Beach in particular.) The area is also a suitable location for a range of activities, including surfing and diving.

Orebić is in the heart of Croatian wine country. The entire peninsula is prime wine growing territory, and there are many beautiful wineries all over the island. Orebić has a lot of of lovely little beaches, some sandy and some shingly, bordered by groves of tamarisk and pine.

The main tourist attractions in Orebić are :

-The Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Angels, from the 15th century, sits on a hill outside of the town. Sailors of times gone by would sound their sirens on returning to the area and viewing the monastery, as a sign of gratitude. The Monastery still houses the icon Our Lady of Angels, which was claimed to protect sea captains.

If you want to know more about Orebic, click here: Orebic