Korčula Island is one of the most beautiful Croatian islands and the sixth largest Croatian island.
It is renowned as one of the greenest of the Croatian islands thanks to its forests, vineyards and olive trees.
Located in central Dalmatia, not far from the coast, it attracts many tourists with the marvelous beauty of the sea, beaches and authentic Mediterranean landscapes.
It is known for its vineyards, its pine forests and its bays, but above all for the old town of Korčula, a fortified city whose town planning bears witness to its Venetian past.
In the town of Korčula, rich in monuments, traditions and gastronomic specialties, you can visit the birthplace of Marco Polo, a famous 13th century explorer.
Korčula is the island with many coves and rocks, forests and wine cellars to visit and caves to explore (Vela Špilja cave). Thanks to its geographical position, the Island of Korčula has many ports and coves, each of which is proud of its own peculiarity and history such as Zavalatica, Rasohatica, Orlandusa, Pavja luka, Pupnatska luka, Prižba, Grščca, Brna etc.
Korčula also offers a lot of possibilities for hiking. Among the famous hikes, there is the one that starts in Korčula town, goes through Lumbarda and ends in Žrnovo.