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Orebic, on the peninsula of Peljesac, is a place of rich maritime history and tradition. It is the cradle of naval captains and sailors. At one time, large overseas ships were built here, sailing ships ware sailing all the seas of the world. Orebic achieved its greatest rise between 1865 and 1885 when it had a naval fleet of 90 large ships, which is an extremely large number in for this townlet and population.
As a young person, I wanted to become a captain of ocean going vesels and thus contribute to the continuation of the maritime tradition of Orebic, as did many of my friends. I became captain and in this profesion sailed many ships and sailed many seas.
For family reasons, I had to leave the maritime call, and I made a new call - tourism. Tourism is an area where a person meets different people by nationality, by profession, and especially according to the wishes and needs of guests. That\s a very interesting call. Being a good tourist worker, especially during the tourist season, requires that you always be at the services most of the day sometimes even at night, in order to satisfy the many needs and wishes of guests. It has always been my preoccupation for every guest to leave my house and be satisfied with Orebic, to pass on his positive impressions to their friends and to return to Orebic again.
Once upon a time in his life, Orebic was visited by the great Irish writer, Mr George Bernard Shaw, who said on this occasion: \if it becomes a paradise on earth, then paradise is located here in Orebic. \ You need to come and stay in Orebic because there are the most beautiful sandy beaches, numerous bays where you can find a place to swim without being crowded, sea temperatures are regularly 24 degrees Celsius, an extremely rich catering offer in numerous restaurants, village taverns, wine tasting of extremely good wines, good fish, shells and oysters, get acquainted with the rich cultural heritage of Orebic, especially seafaring in its 2 maritime museums, trips to numerous nearby islands, visits to the Mljet National Park, visits to the old town of Korcula, the town of salt, fish and oysters to Ston, an exceptionally beautiful Dubrovnik, the religious center of Medjugorje, and a special experience on a \photo safari\ trip on the Neretva River. Water sports are indispensable and very well organized, especially windsurfing. According to Orebic, nature was extremely generous.
With best regards and always with you Your Dusko Begovic