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Lovely place in quiet surroundings Sep 06, 2012
We decided to head for Orebic as it looked like a nice place to stay on our slow pace northbound from our most southern point in Montenegro. After the storm we had in Dubrovnik and the strikes of lightning we had been following from the lounge balcony we had been blessed with really fabulous weather the rest of the day.
I booked the hotel room in the morning the same day as we had planned to arrive and not much later I received a mail from Wanda Jurisic-Kette, the owner about how to find the hotel the easiest way. After having spent a great day in the region we arrived in Orebic, where we were really pleased with what we saw.
We found the place where we should park the car, which was only 50 meters from the hotel and Wanda came and picked us up so we could get to our hotel and the double single bedroom that we had booked. Wanda turned out to be great and we hit it off straight away; she was eagerly telling us about the village and the surroundings and were to eat, and we took almost note of everything.
She showed us our room on 2nd floor but it was 1st floor from the garden entrance and we were really happy with what we saw, so happy that we immediately asked if we could stay a night more. We could stay one night more but not in the room that we had booked for this night. We went down and checked the room and quickly decided to take another night.
The apartment had two bedrooms and a kitchen with a dining room; the best part was the large balcony with a magnificent view of a small part of the village as there was 15 meter to the water and the cruise liners sailing by in the fabulous blue waters between the islands that we were looking at. In the kitchen we had a view of one of the churches of the village and the mountains behind the village. The apartment had free Wi-Fi as well, which was a huge bonus for this price. The bathroom was nice and spacy and I must saw that I could have stayed much longer in this place.
The town was quite and nice looking with old and quite well kept stone buildings and with a nice and long promenade in the length of the entire village, and just 10 meters from the balcony where we stayed. In the evenings this sleepy town became really quite and we managed to fin one bar that was open after 11 pm and still serving alcohol. Orebić is a port town and it is located on the Pelješac peninsula on the Dalmatian coast. Orebić is directly across a strait from the town of Korčula, located on the island of the same name
There were numerous restaurants in the city but make sure that you ask where to eat because there is a quite different level of food from restaurant to restaurant. The village has also a small harbor, which is nice as well because you have some activity, as there is a small boat, taking people back and forth to the city of Korcula
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