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Discover the Hidden Gems near Orebić: 5 Must-See Day Trips Just a Stone's Throw Away!


If you find yourself in Orebić, a charming coastal town on the southern tip of the Pelješac Peninsula in Croatia, there are plenty of options for day trips in the surrounding areas. Here's a guide to Orebić's day trips and what to do:

Aminess hotels in Orebić, on the Pelješac Peninsula

Thanks to the Pelješac bridge that has made it super accessible, there’s never been a better time to spend your holiday on the blissful Pelješac Peninsula. Spend a relaxing holiday on Pelješac!


Visit Korčula archipelago and secluded beaches

Explore the Korčula archipelago's 19 islets on an organized tour called Islands Picnic. Discover a sunken ship, underwater trenches, and a unique coastline on Stupe and Bisače. Visit Vrnik for high-quality limestone used in famous buildings. End at Badija for a Franciscan monastery, secluded beaches, and turquoise lagoons.

For other places to explore you check in our other blog - Top Places to Explore on Korčula Island.

Visit Ston Saltworks and Ston Walls

Located just 30 minutes north of Orebić, Ston is a small town famous for its Salt Works, all the way from the 14th century. Ston is also known for its defensive stone walls - the second-longest in the world after the Great Wall of China. It offers spectacular views of the town. Other historic landmarks include Rector's Palace, St. Michael's Church, Franciscan Monastery, and Duke's Palace.

Defensive stone walls working hours: From 8 AM to 6.30 PM. The ticket price for adults is 10€, children over 7 years old 5€. Address: Ston, 20230, Ston.

Saltworks Ston working hours: From 8 AM to 6 PM. The ticket price is 7€ and the group is 4€. Address: Pelješki put 1, 20230, Ston.

Visit Dubrovnik Old Town and popular beaches

This historic city is known for its well-preserved old town, which is surrounded by City walls. You can visit the Rector's Palace or Dubrovnik Cathedral, both located within the walls. Don’t miss Stradun - the main street of the Old Town, lined with shops, restaurants, and historic buildings.

As for beaches, the most popular ones are Banje Beach and Lapad Beach. You can also join an organized tour.

Dubrovnik City walls working hours: From 9 AM to 3 PM. Ticket price for adults is 35€, for children 15€. Address on the link.

Visit Mljet National Park

If you're looking for a bit of nature and adventure, Mljet National Park is a great option. The park is known for its two saltwater lakes, Large and Small Lake, which are connected by a narrow channel. Explore Odysseus Cave or Benedictine Monastery from the 12th century. You can rent a kayak or a bike, or take a guided tour.

Go on Pelješac Wine Trips

Finally, if you're a wine lover, you can't miss the Pelješac wine region. This area is known for its red wines, particularly Plavac Mali, which is grown on the steep slopes of the peninsula. Join the Premium Wine Tour, where you have the opportunity to visit the 3 best-quality wineries and taste the finest wines in Croatia.

If you are looking for accommodation in Orebić, the city offers a variety of options for tourists. Stay in The Aminess Grand Azur Hotel, a 4-star seaside resort. Opt for other Aminess hotels as well, such as Orsan Hotel, Bellevue Hotel Orebić, or Casa Bellevue.

In conclusion, there are plenty of Orebić's day trips that offer something for everyone. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or wine, you're sure to find something to suit your tastes!

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