Apartment EMMA A3 ( 2+1)

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Description from the owner

  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 3

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 3

Type: Apt. / Condo

Apartment EMMA A3 ( 2+1)

Villa is located in Orebic on the Peljesac peninsula. Situated in a quiet environment, close to the main beach Trstenica. Villa offers 7 apartments.

Villa has a large parking lot, a big garden with grass (for playing), grill and fireplace - which may be used by guests.

Villa is not on the main road, which is extremely suitable for small children and anyone who desires a relaxing and peaceful holiday.

Primorac family dealing with its own production of wine Plavac mali, treat your guests with a bottle of our wine.

Countless guests who have passed through our villa again returned.

Tourism in our family's tradition and quality.

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About the owner

Mediha P.

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Apartment EMMA A3 ( 2+1)
Orebic, Southern Dalmatia, Croatia

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Orebic - the largest town on the peninsula is located in the southwestern part of the peninsula at the foot of Mount St.Elijah.
Orebic is the cradle of sea captains and sailors whose rich traditions are preserved in the Maritime Museum. Orebic offers a wide range of tourist attractions, as well as accommodation in hotels and private apartments.
There is a large sandy beach in the bay Trstenica, and if you're a solitude lover you will find many rocky coves and bays with small beaches. Orebic surroundings are suitable for walking, hiking and collecting plants, and offer you the opportunity to try and buy homemade Peljesac wine or sherry. During the summer numerous festivals and various concerts are organized in Orebic, such as "the evening of folklore," "Night of Peliski sails".
Maritime Museum - located on the promenade by the sea. The museum presents a diverse historical structure important for the maritime industry Orebic. The archaeological department contains ancient, mostly Roman, pagan, early Christian objects from everyday life, as well as the art of processing fragments, pre-Romanesque church furniture from the time of baptizing of Croats. The museum contains pictures of Peljesac sailing ships, ship tools, weapons, atlases, and nautical school books and many more interesting things that evoke the past.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation



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