Old town korcula is let's say small Dubrovnik. There is no nice beaches in town Korcula, you need to go on another side of island in place Lumbarda, Vela Luka or Pupnat. Prices in old town are not so small for food and for app....More
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Korcula old town is tiny. After the hustle and bustle of Dubrovnik and the huge crowds that swarm around the walls and streets, Korcula is an oasis of relative calm. Exploring it takes an hour, two at most. There are a few small museums, plus...More
Very quiet, which was nice, relaxed and pretty. Nice place for a night. Stay in the old town if you can.
This is one of the most beautiful, pretty and authentic places I've ever visited. Our boat trip over from the mainland afforded us lovely views on approach. The narrow streets were brilliant to explore, with each one housing lovely independent shops, cafes and restaurants. I...More
We have visited many places in Croatia over the years but this little walled city, perched on a peninsula jutting into the sea, is pretty special. It's full of history once you walk up the old steps and through the Land Gate up to the...More
This beautiful, historic town is being sensitively restored and there was a wonderful sense of calm when we wandered the narrow, cobbled streets once familiar to Marco Polo. A small town easily manageable on foot yet with plenty of restaurants to choose from.
Get lost for an hour walking the streets of Korcula Old City and you will find yourself walking the same streets not twice but 3 times. Stop and have a gelato, glass of wine, or coffee and then come back again when the light hits...More