Loved Korcula Will definitely return! Never too busy, lovely restaurants and fab scenery! Cannot wait to return
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A small taste of yet another beautiful part of Croatia. Full of history, heritage buildings and not too touristy as yet....hopefully never. Will surely return one day.
We visited this island while on a small ship cruising the Adriatic Sea during the Christmas holiday. Korcula is not only a very interesting area, but also quite beautiful. I can definitely say that visiting the island during the off season was a dream since...More
Go up the tower and soak up the incredible views. Korcula is lively but not noisy and still relatively unspoiled.
We sailed to Korcula while on a cruise ship and this was such a wonderful island stop, I would say it was almost a perfect day that we had. The town is so nicely laid out, and there are many opportunities to have some beautiful...More
Korcula Old Town is very atmospheric with its narrow cobbled alleys, and Marco Polo's house. A wonderful place to enjoy a leisurely lunch in one of the many small restaurants under the pine trees, and with views over the sea.
We stayed locally in Marko Pollo hotel & strolled into old city each day & evening. Fantastic place really enjoyable
Visited here on a lovely October day. The old town is spectacular- very Italian, as you walk along the streets you keep seeing unusual sights and down through the narrow lanes to views of the stunning Adriatic. It was busy when we were there but...More
The old town of Korcula is a real gem. Lots of alleyways, fabulous architecture and a delight to wander around. We visited the old town several times during our week's stay. Even on the last day, we discovered something we hadn't seen before. Out of...More