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Waterfront land for sale, Borje, Orebic, Peljesac

€470,000
Sale | Locations: Orebić, Pelješac | 31000 lot size | beds
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Property Details:

  • Categories: Land
  • Square meters: 31000

About this Property:

Waterfront land for sale, Borje, Orebic, Peljesac

(LA-PO-OP-01)

Waterfront land for sale, Borje, Orebic, Peljesac : here is 31 thousand square meters of waterfront land for sale. There is direct car access to the land by good asphalted road. Land is in agricultural zone, suitable to grow vineyard or olives and construct a villa. This land plot has more than 350 meters of the sea line! In small bay on the edge of this land there is tiny beach. Land is facing south and is ideally for wine growing, this is Borje location, part of the Postup region where famous wine sort of Plavac Mali is grown.

Orebic is few minutes drive from Borje. Village of Borje is in the next bay. Price is 15 eur per square meter, but still negotiable!

The region of Postup is known for wine growing in Croatia’s Peljesac peninsula, to the east of Orebic. The most famous and the main grape from this area is Plavac Mali, which was the second grape after Dingac, that was registered for state protection back in 1967. With a view over the Peljesac channel to the islands of Korcula and Badija as well as across the Mljet Channel to the islands of Mljet and Lastovo. Orebic is very close, only a few minutes from the location.

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.

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