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Island of Korcula- the island of Marco Polo and rich cultural heritage

Come to know Korcula - the historical and tourist centre of the island of the same name in the South Dalmatian Archipelago.

The island of Kocula has the largest number of residents of all Croatian islands and it is favorite tourist destination.

Known as the birth-place of Marko Polo, this town has been justly called a little Dubrovnik due to its picturesque squares and medieval atmosphere. While the works of skilful Korcula stone-masons cause wonder by its perseverance, Moreska brings liveliness to the streets of Korcula, as one of the three chivalrous dances you can see only on this exceedingly beautiful island!

Larges towns on Korcula island are Korcula, Vela Luka and Blato.

Korcula is must see!

This jewel of the Adriatic is full of the bays and small islands, pine wood and olive groves, medicinal herbs and flowers. On the island of Korcula is also birth town of Marco Polo. One of the particularities of Korcula is famous old dance called Moreska which is being played in July in the memory of Turkish attacks on Korcula.

If you come on this island of rich tradition, different cultural heritage and beautiful sandy and pebble beaches we are sure that you will never forget your holidays in Croatia!

Boat lines for Korcula island:

if you are coming from direction of Split you can come with a ferry Split - Vela Luka or with catamaran line Korcula - Prigradica - Hvar - Split. You can also come from Dubrovnik: Rijeka - Split - Stari Grad (Hvar) - Korcula - Sobra (Mljet) - Dubrovnik or catamaran line Dubrovnik - Luka Sipanska - Sobra (Mljet) - Polace (Mljet) - Korcula - Ubli (Lastovo) or from Peljesac peninsula with a ferry Orebic - Domince (near Korcula town).
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