About Korcula island

  • Korcula town - a perfect walled town
  • Wonderful sandy beaches in Lumbarda
  • 15 minute ferry crossing from Orebic
  • Fashionable beach bars and great restaurants
  • Proizd island, Vela Luka
  • Must see: Marco Polo's house

Historic towns and undiscovered coastline, sandy beaches and villas with direct sea frontage; ferries from Split and Dubrovnik

Top of the list to visit, stone walls, medieval turrets, sandy beaches, memories of the Silk Road, crisp white wine, olives, dancing with swords. Korcula island is about 80 km north-west of Dubrovnik. It is a "one off" and a great place to stay in a villa or explore. The weather is excellent from March to December. If you are anywhere in southern Croatia, it is top of the list to visit.  Covered in oak woods, vineyards and olive groves, with plenty of clean, sandy and pebbly beaches, with tradition of fishing going back thousand pf years, Korcula offers fresh fish, home made pasta with interesting sauces, grilled meats, exceptional olive oils and delicious local white wines Posip and Grk, and some wonderful reds coming from the grape called Plavac.

Destinations in Korcula island