Korcula Island - Priscapac

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Korcula Island - Priscapac
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JJTT
Krakow, Poland20 contributions
Mar 2020
This was one of my favourite spots in Croatia. We took some memorable phots at the bell tower During sunset. Special.
Written October 9, 2020
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john n
Camberley, UK451 contributions
Sep 2019
Day 3 of our cruise and another fun experience. The captain always takes us to a quiet cove for a few hours over lunch (which is superb) and after eating, relaxing and swimming we head of the the next overnight stay. This time it was Korcula. As the guide books will tell you this is one of the larger islands in Croatia and it would be easy to spend a week here. Sadly we only had an evening on each island but just wandering around the old town was enough. Plenty of fascinating buildings and a quirky set-up of streets the seem to run in a herringbone pattern. Sadly we had eaten far too well on the boat so could only manage a nightcap in one of the many bars.
Written August 31, 2020
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norma4up
Belfast, UK195 contributions
Oct 2019
Famous for its excellent white wine ~ a good enough reason for a visit. The ancient walled town is the birth place of Marco Polo. Wander the winding streets and explore hidden courtyards at your leisure. The boat trip there is very pleasant too.
Written October 31, 2019
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Lilacwheaty
Nottingham, UK617 contributions
Oct 2019
Lovely to see- quiet, peaceful, old buildings in a gorgeous setting.
In late October, very much the end of season so i don't think we got to see it at it's very best
Written October 30, 2019
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Garey C
San Diego, CA81 contributions
Mar 2019
This is a small island that is ideal for a day trip out of Dubrovnik. Hiking and just hanging out are wonderful ways to enjoy a day. I would not say that this is a destination that one would spend several days visiting, a day or two is sufficient to see the island slow down a bit and then move on. Nice local restaurants and boardwalk for a leisurely stroll.
Written October 18, 2019
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Karen
2 contributions
Oct 2019
Well worth goinfg on this day trip. Our guide was exrtremely well informed and interesting. Korcula walled city much less crowded than Dubrovnik. Just the right amount of free time to wander around the city. Had a lovely lunch at a water side cafe. The wine tastiung visit on the way back was great fun too.
Written October 13, 2019
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AndyW1208
Scarborough, UK123 contributions
Sep 2019 • Couples
They say it’s the birthplace of Marco Polo so everything is based on him. It’s a beautiful village with loads of places to eat and drink. We stayed over on the mainland and in September the last ferry to Orebic is 8.00pm although the car ferry to port 9 runs till about 10.30.
Would have loved to have stayed later at night.
Written October 12, 2019
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Milan Matić
Zadar, Croatia22 contributions
Aug 2019
You have to visit this island its great friendly place to go food good plenty to see people good plenty character don't miss it.Would totally recommend this for a day trip from Dubrovnik or an over night stay.
Written October 4, 2019
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Julie M
Wellington, New Zealand850 contributions
Sep 2019
We spent three nights on this beautiful island. We rented an apartment in the centre of the old town just a few metres from the gorgeous cathedral. We were fortunate to be invited to a show of the traditional sword fighting as well as eat at one of the restaurants frequented by locals rather than the more expensive touristy ones on the waterfront. We walked, we shopped, we found great coffee, chattered with friendly, welcoming locals, relaxed in the balmy climate ... Surrounded by clear azure blue seas, clean and inviting, Korcula Island has all the ingredients for a perfect holiday. .
Written October 1, 2019
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Coriscos10
Mississauga, Canada79 contributions
Sep 2019
Great old town with lots of narrow streets to explore. Cafes and restaurants are many and offer good food, drinks and great views.
Written September 30, 2019
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