Address: \N, Orebic, 20250, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Orebic

From Mljet to Korcula- Grappa Man finds his "twin"

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on May 26, 2015

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... marry in the church and it can get very busy during the summer months. We couldn't go inside the monastery because it is being renovated, but we got a quick glimpse inside and walked around the grounds. Djina pointed out more plants along the way, including capers and the large agave.

We got on another boat and headed back to Malo jezero. It looked so beautiful and inviting. It would have been a great day for a swim (and we did see a few people in ...

Sailing to Korčula

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 17, 2014

21 photos

... its narrow streets and the walled town is overlooked by its towers for protection. The view when approaching from the sea is the best to see the town. The old town walls that are remaining are lined with bars and restaurants with views over the sea. We had dinner at another traditional restaurant that served delicious seafood - Adio Mare ( goodbye ...

We're going to where??? Bosnia!

A travel blog entry by goseedokids on Jun 23, 2014

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... through it and not even noticed, a border crossing booth appeared. We pulled out our 5 Aussie and 1 New Zealand passport and were quickly waved through. We started to pull past the second window when a hand stuck out and waved frantically and made a stop symbol. Oh, we had just "left" Croatia. The 2nd window tight next to it was the Bosnia border control. We apologized and handed over our passports again. They were quickly scanned, handed back and we were on our ...

Winning Wineries of the Peljesac Peninsula

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Oct 16, 2013

3 comments, 42 photos

... and Mali Ston are charming villages situated on either side of a mountain at the base of the Peljesac Peninsula. A medieval wall about three miles long runs a crooked path over the mountain to connect the two sleepy towns.

In addition to historic remnants of the medieval fortress and ramparts, Ston has the world's oldest continuously operating salt works facility. These low-lying salt pans provided most of the wealth for nearby Dubrovnik ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 13, 2013

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... wasn't very hungry after the massive lunch they'd fed us, so I ordered a tomato soup and Darren ordered a pasta, and we had a chat with a local while we waited, and played with the neighbourhoods cats, which were everywhere! (Including some very cute and tiny kittens!) After we ate, we went inside to pay and realised the French Canadian group were in there, so we hung out with them and watched the rest of the ice hockey match that was ...

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