Orebić packs a decent selection of hotel options. In Dalmatia, high-season prices are higher than in spring or autumn, and some venues close at some point in the winter. Read on for your guide to the best hotels in Orebić.
Where to stay in Orebić...
Boutique Hotel is housed in a grand 17th century building right on the seafront. The characterful building was previously owned by the church and then a school, but now it's a sophisticated adults-only hotel, with an à-la-carte restaurant and superb wine cellar. All rooms have sea views, an LCD satellite TV, air conditioning and hardwood floors. The most desirable come with exposed stone wall interiors and a balcony, and the whole place is kitted out with antique-style furniture. Water sports facilities are in the immediate vicinity, and the hotel organises trips to Međugorje, Dubrovnik, and islands of Mljet and Korčula. The nearest grocery store is at a distance of 100 metres. A bus station and a ferry port, with frequent links to Domince on Korčula Island, are within a 5-minute walk. The town of Ston is 55 km away, while Dubrovnik is 110 km from the Hotel Adriatic.
About 1km west of central Orebić at the end of a lovely seaside path, Orsan offers prim, functional rooms and an enviable position above a secluded shingle beach. There’s a small outdoor pool, a kids’ play area, and and some nicely-tended palm trees in the garden; sea-kayaking is among the more popular activities on offer.
On the eastern outskirts of Orebić, about 15 minutes’ walk from Trstenica Beach, Nevio occupies a well-tended area of gently sloping ground that drops steeply towards a pebbly shore. Pitches are well shaded by olives and shrubs; the most sought-after pitches are at the bottom of the hill, by the sea.
This large gated compound midway between Orebić and Kučište contains a hotel, bungalows and campsite, plus plenty of sports facilities including basketball, beach volleyball and bowls. Hotel rooms are on the basic side but it remains a good budget choice in a prime location, with direct access to a long stretch of pebble beach.