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Get to know the island of Korcula

A highlight of any Croatian island hopping expedition, our tour of Korcula provides the perfect opportunity to sample the very best of the history and natural beauty that this popular island has to offer.
This fantastic trip provides the perfect introduction to those visiting Korcula for the first time, as well as for those simply wanting to rediscover its many pleasures! You’ll embark on a fascinating tour of the main historical sights, followed by a yacht cruise around the three islands archipelago which will include snorkeling stops, stand up paddleboarding and a mouth-watering Mediterranean lunch.

About Korcula
Commonly referred to as a “miniature Croatia”, it’s been said that Korcula encompasses the very best this country has to offer. From its glorious vineyards, plentiful olive groves and sleepy hamlets, to its dense woodland, sandy beaches and peaceful coves, this is undoubtedly one of the Adriatic’s most stunning destinations.

The island is the sixth largest in Croatia, spanning approximately 50km in length, and is fairly well-inhabited with a population of around 3.000. The locals take great pride in their island’s heritage and culture, with age-old traditions such as the Moreška sword dance still upheld in the numerous religious and folk festivities that adorn the calendar. Korcula is also renowned for its wines, with one of Croatia’s best wines being produced from the pošipgrapes that grow on the island. Around Lumbarda – where our villa is located – the grk grape is also used to produce a top quality dry white wine.

Little Dubrovnik
Korcula’s most popular attraction is its old town, often referred to as the “Little Dubrovnik” owing to its gleaming orange rooftops, majestic stone walls and round defense towers. The town is compact but contains many beautifully preserved squares, churches and palaces which date from the early 13th century. One of Korcula’s main claims to fame is as the birthplace of the intrepid explorer Marco Polo, and you’ll have the chance to view the house where he’s said to have resided and to learn more about his life and travels in the dedicated museum.

Departures:
Every day at 10:00

10:00-10:15
Van transfer to Lumbarda village and private yacht encounter

10:15-10:30
Briefing and safety instructions

10:30-11:00
Cruise around Korcula old town city walls

11:00-11:30
Tour with your private tour guide of Marco polo museum and 14th century cathedral

11:30-12:00
Cruise to Badija islet and visit to the 14th century Franciscan monastery

12:00-12:30
Cruise to Vrnik islet and short walk on the islet, including a visit to the famous stone quarries

12:30-13:30
Cruise to Stupe islet and Mediterranean lunch served on our yacht

13:30-14:00
Free time for swimming, snorkeling and stand up paddleboarding

14:00-14:30
Cruise to Lumbarda village

14:30-14:45
Transfer to hotels or Korcula port

The experience includes:
– Private guided tour of Korcula old town
– A visit to the Marco Polo museum
– Cruise to 3 different islands: Badija, Vrnik and Stupe Moro beach club
– Snorkeling excursions and stand up paddleboarding at two different locations, complete with gear
– A sumptuous three course Dalmatian lunch served aboard our luxury yacht

To bring with you:
– Swimwear, towel, hat, sunscreen, camera

Itinerary subject to change. It may happen that we have to adjust the program due to weather conditions or local events.

Korcula hotels guests:
Pick up at your hotel reception or at Korcula town east pier / by the Konzum grocery storeshop

Lumbarda hotels guests:
Pick up by the Lumbarda center tourist board office

Orebic and peninsula Peljesac guests:
Pick up by hotel Aminess Grand Azur pier / jetty by the seaside

Prices:
Adults (13-99): € 70,00
Children (6-12): € 35,00
The mentioned prices are per person.

Restrictions:
Pets are not allowed.