Mountaineering

  • Mountaineering Mountain paths to St. Ilija are marked by standard markings. 3 routes are marked as shown on our map. St. Ilija is abundant in Mediterranean herbs, it is also a habitat of moufflons, while at the mere peak, you will enjoy one of the best views on the Mediterranean. MEDITERRANEAN - MOUNTAIN AREA OF ST. ILIJA MASSIF IS A UNIQUE TERRITORY ON CROATIAN COAST WHICH SHOULD BE EXCLUDED FROM ANY KIND OF HUMAN IMPACT! Estimate well your physical fitness because you will need 4 hours to get to the top of the highest peak of Pelješac. Plan to leave early in the morning and make sure you have a map as well as numbers of the help line for The Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (HGSS) - station Orebić. St. Ilija is a favourite among mountaineers, but make sure you have read our insturction before going there, and ask for advice some of the experienced members of Mountaineering Club Sveti Ilija.

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