ABOUT KORČULA

The island of Korčula – lies towards the southern end of the Dalmatian coast, less than 100km from Dubrovnik. It’s ideal southern location within the Adriatic ensures guests receive that splendid Mediterranean sunshine for much of the year. The Korčula town itself is an amazing walled medieval settlement rising straight up out of the clear blue waters of the Adriatic, with a herringbone pattern of narrow streets and alleys, something like a miniature Dubrovnik with fewer crowds.

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When Greek settlers first came to Korčula in the 4th century BC, they named the island Korkyra Melaina, Black Korčula, for its dense forests. Today, Korčula is famous for its white wine (grk grapes are exclusive to Korčula), and the island features a mix of tangled woods, winding coasts, small fishing villages, vineyards, and olive trees. Its largest town, the eponymous Korčula, is known as “Little Dubrovnik” for its medieval squares and walls, churches, palaces and red-roofed houses, while the beaches and dense forest offer incredible scenery. Modern-day explorers will love discovering the sybaritic charms of the medieval old town, with its steep cobbled streets, restaurant-lined waterfront boulevard and unspoiled Adriatic beaches. It’s also the birth place of the explorer, Marco Polo, and the site of his birth is open to visitors.

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