Nestled on the picturesque Dalmatian peninsula of Peljesac, Villa Orebic Residence is a sanctuary of peace. Just a leisurely 500 meters from the heart of Orebic town and a mere stone's throw from the pristine Trstenica pebble beach, this exclusive villa is a beauty of Mediterranean elegance.
Spanning a vast 12,000 square meters, the estate surrounding Villa Orebic Residence is a lush paradise adorned with swaying palm trees, ancient olive groves, and colorful bursts of flowering bushes. A meandering path leads through this botanical wonderland, connecting the seafront to the villa's inviting swimming pool area, creating a serene journey through nature's bounty.
This property seamlessly marries contemporary sophistication with the charm of a 1960s villa, epitomizing the relaxed and natural way of life found along the Adriatic coast. Its sun-kissed terraces, distinctive architecture, and beachside ambiance offer guests an authentic Croatian holiday experience. With spacious interiors, panoramic vistas, alfresco living spaces, and a rare pebble beach at its doorstep, Villa Orebic Residence is the ultimate destination for both leisure and gatherings with loved ones.
Facing the enchanting Adriatic, the villa basks in the morning's gentle embrace and offers unforgettable sunsets that ignite romance. The pool terrace, overlooking the azure waters, is embraced by enchanting natural gardens, complete with a grand covered stone BBQ area. Villa Orebic Residence resides in the heart of Croatia's prestigious wine region, the Peljesac peninsula, just north of Dubrovnik. Renowned for its exceptional wines, delectable local oysters and mussels, historic architecture, and stunning landscapes, Peljesac beckons with its unique charm.
Villa is fully air-conditioned and equipped with SAT-TV’s, and internet. Accommodating up to 12 guests across 8 elegantly appointed bedrooms, the villa ensures both comfort and privacy. A generous 5 parking spaces are available within the property.
The central hub of Villa Orebic Residence comprises a capacious dining and living area, a fully equipped kitchen boasting modern conveniences, and terraces graced with outdoor dining and lounge furnishings, each offering nice views. Two guest toilettes add to the convenience in this area.
To the right wing of the villa lie four air-conditioned double bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom and a private terrace furnished for relaxation. The master bedroom, a crowning jewel, boasts a designer bathtub. This sanctuary includes terrace, replete with outdoor seating and a workspace equipped with a computer and internet access.
The left wing of Villa Orebic Residence offers two more double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms featuring showers. In this section of the villa, two of the bedrooms can be adjoined to create a family room, sharing a well-appointed bathroom with a shower.
From the central portion of Villa Orebic Residence, a charming pathway leads to an elevated area featuring a swimming pool, a summer kitchen, a barbecue area, a dining table, and a jacuzzi. Surrounding the pool, sunbathing deckchairs beckon, offering a tranquil space to soak up the sun. Meandering paths from the villa lead directly to the inviting pebble beach, an ideal spot to refresh and bask in the warm Adriatic rays.
Villa Orebic Residence is more than a holiday destination; it's an immersive experience, where luxury, nature, and the Adriatic's timeless allure converge to create unforgettable memories.
It is the longest of all Dalmatian peninsulas, abounding in natural bays, mostly covered with woods, with a coast full of beaches, reefs, bays and fjords. Peljesac has an ancient maritime tradition and is the home of many captains famous for their skill and bravery on the open sea. It is also well known since ancient times for the fine vineyards, and the excellent sorts of wine, "Dingac" and "Postup", are famous all over the world. The visitors get a special experience by visiting the picturesque places on both sides of the coast, green with the olive and pine groves and the low bush forests. Orebic is the largest town on the Peljesac peninsula, situated beneath Mount St. Elijah, in the western part of the peninsula, across the sea from the town of Korcula and Lumbarda, with which it is well connected by regular ferry lines with the island of Korcula. Orebic can be reached by sea (ferry from Korcula town) and land (the road that goes through the town of Ston and then across the entire Peljesac Peninsula). The city's name derives from the surnames Orebic naval family, which at the end of the fifteenth century established the core of the village and built citadel. Local residents are mainly engaged in tourism and agriculture, and in particular it should be noted that in the area of Orebic are two of the most and the best locations for growing the best Croatian grapes Plavac Mali - Dingač and Postup. It should also be noted that the recently proven that Plavac Mali one of the parents of the popular varieties of Californian variety Zinfandel. Throughout history, Orebic belonged to the Republic of Dubrovnik, as its westernmost settlement became known as a place for sailors and captains, which is visible at every step of this magical beautiful place. The thing which confirms the important role of Orebic is the opening shipyards year 1875, which was attended by the emperor Franz Joseph. Houses built along the northern coast road give the city Orebic urban identity and its gardens are picturesque park zone. Orebic is now mostly a tourist resort, a few are still sailors or farmers. Many of the old captain's houses were renovated in the last decades for tourist purposes and have lost their original appearance. There is also Maritime Museum in Orebic, which exhibits an abundance of exhibits which remind visitors of glorious days when sailing ships from Orebic sailed all the world's seas. High above Orebic, there is an old cemetery, a church from the XV. century, and a Franciscan monastery that was built next to the church. From the elevation at which there is a church and monastery there is a breathtaking view of Peljesac, Korcula and nearby smaller islands. Today the inhabitants are mainly engaged in tourism and out of their city they made very most popular tourist destination that offers everything one needs. From the market, port, hotels, campsites, entertainment and recreational facilities, banks, ATM, many private holiday houses and apartments available for rent, restaurants and small taverns - you can find all it in this charming town, modern and well organized, but also rich in historical and culture. Beautiful pebble beaches that stretch along the coast of the city, with many small islands in the beautiful archipelago of Korcula channel will leave you breathless. We invite you to visit this beautiful place and discover another beautiful and historicaly and naturally wealthy corner of sunny Dalmatia.
CENTRAL PART OF THE VILLA
THE RIGHT WING OF THE VILLA
THE LEFT WING OF THE VILLA
DAILY PRICES FOR 2024:
01.01 - 01.06
01.10 - 31.12
01.06 - 01.07
01.09 - 01.10
|01.07 - 01.09
ADDITIONAL SERVICES ON REQUEST: