Individual excursions to Korcula
Korčula Old Town, also known as mini Dubrovnik, is the place where Marco Polo is believed to be born.
Stroll around the very well preserved Old Town. Its structure resembles a fishbone.
St Mark's Cathedral: Under the stone ciborium in the cathedral, there is an altarpiece by the Venetian Renaissance master Jacopo Tintoretto dating to 1550. Enjoy the view from the bell tower.
Bishop’s Treasury: There’s a decent collection of artefacts, including church manuscripts from the 12th to 15th centuries, religious paintings, coins, pottery and more.
KORČULA town museum: Find out more about the history and cultural achievements of the town of Korčula through 11 collections displayed in the Towm museum.
Visit the Interpretation Centre Marco Polo. Korcula claims to be his birthplace.
Visit small quite villages. For example, Račišće, a picturesque village with a centuries-old maritime tradition, is located in a beautiful bay.
Busk on the only sandy beach of the island Vela Przina in Lumbarda.
Take a boat to explore the archipelago of Korčula for secluded beaches and pristine nature.
Try authentic cuisine full of flavor in a Michelin restaurant Konoba Mate.