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Saline di Ston

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Day Tour of Korcula Island from Dubrovnik with Wine Tasting
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Day Tour of Korcula Island from Dubrovnik with Wine Tasting

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Most often you will read that Korčula is the city of Marco Polo. It is true, but it is also so much more! Korčula’s records of time date back to the Neolithic period.<br><br>Legend says that fairy-tale Korčula was home to the beautiful Greek mythology hero, Kerkyra. It is even said to be named after her. These days Korčula presents a connection to nature and beautiful beaches, amongst them is also the “Croatian Santorini”. It shows thousands of years of culture, history, and tradition. Hundreds of years old oil groves, vineyards, and fruit and vegetable productions assure you that you will eat good and local in Korčula. Memories of the great Croatian singer Oliver Dragojević, who was born in Korčula, keep lovely dalmatian music and atmosphere on every step. While enjoying a glass of wine, of course.
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Mike M wrote a review Jun 2018
Nottingham, United Kingdom1,080 contributions336 helpful votes
\We visited soon on a day trip from Dubrovnik and it was well worth it to se the salt flats as well as the wall which surrounds this pretty little place in beautiful Croatia
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Amanda wrote a review Feb 2018
York, United Kingdom50 contributions24 helpful votes
We walked round the island, but did not fancy the very steep climb to the walls, watching others doing it in the hot sun exhausted me. once you have walked around, you realise there is not much there other than a church and restaurants, you could go to the salt museum if you really want to, but I think sitting in s bar is a much better idea.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Larry B wrote a review Dec 2017
Prince George, Canada426 contributions198 helpful votes
We were here on a morning in early October. The visitor's centre had a somewhat informative video describing the works of the sea salt extraction and harvesting. We were the only couple here and we wandered around for maybe three quarters of an hour. From the looks of the video there is a lot more going on in the summer and it looks to be a fun stop when it is in operation.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Vladimír Soukup wrote a review Jul 2017
Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic806 contributions59 helpful votes
Unique and beautiful place where is produced salt the many centuries. It was very important place and therefore was protected by city's walls.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Bojanmit wrote a review May 2017
Belgrade, Serbia198 contributions19 helpful votes
Unique place, place where people produced salt for the centuries, under different circumstances... So, today when you find yourself there you can feel that atmosfere. You can get perfectly clean salt and hear the story about ancient times.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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