Wandelen Dalmatische kust en Korcula, Kroatie

Hiking Dalmatian coast & Korcula

Hiking Dalmatian coast & Korcula

from   € 555,00

Korcula is about an hour and a half by boat from Dubrovnik and is 47 km long and about 7 km wide. Besides old towns, beautiful beaches and bays, you can enjoy the beautiful nature and gastronomy with even organically produced wine. Narrow hiking trails lead past ancient olive trees, through vineyards and you walk through wonderfully smelling forests. Along the way you will see Dalmatian villages with terracotta-colored roofs, romantic bays with clear blue water and the most beautiful beaches.


Korcula is an island that is ideal to visit every season. The hottest, sun-drenched days are of course in summer. Then the temperatures rise to an average of 29 degrees. But Korcula is also a beautiful island to visit in winter. The temperatures are then mild, around 11 degrees. You can enjoy the beautiful nature and beautiful views of the Adriatic Sea every season.


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8 days
2-6 persons


Day 1 - Arrival

After arrival at the airport you will be transferred to your hotel by taxi. Depending on your arrival time, you can take a look at Dubrovnik after checking in.

Day 2 - Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, also known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic". In its heyday, this city was one of the most powerful in this part of Europe, with a fleet that rivaled that of Genoa and Venice. The city is unique with its enormous ramparts with bastions, its staircase streets and the old center of countless monuments. The entire historic center is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. At the end of the afternoon you will go by ferry to the island of Korcula, the birthplace of the famous world traveler Marco Polo.

Day 3 - 13km, 04:00u, 390 ↑↓

Relive old times. Today you walk on an old road that was built in the time of Napoleon. Via Kneže you arrive in Pupnat, this is the oldest village on the island of Korcula and is located 12 km from Korcula town. The village has been cleverly moved by settlers in the hilly part of the island so as not to be noticed by pirates.

Day 4 - 15km, 04:00u, 160 ↑↓

Today's walk will take you to the fishing village of Lumbarda. This is a village with quiet and cozy beaches and delicious wines. The Grk grape is grown around the village and is used for fine dessert wines and white wine. Most winegrowers produce enough to supply local restaurants with their wines and for their own needs. A good reason to try some of the local wines at the restaurants in Lumbarda.

Day 5 - Day off or going out

Are you taking a day off today or do you make the crossing to the mainland after breakfast? Orebic used to be the center of shipping and a favorite residence of many sea captains and ship owners. They had the most beautiful villas built that give the city a charming appearance. Just outside Orebic, on a hilltop, is the 15th-century Franciscan monastery "Gospa od Angela". The view alone, of the coast and inland of Korcula, is more than worth the hike up. The monastery's chapel church was established to protect the sailors from shipping disasters.

Day 6 - 15km, 04:30u, 240 ↑↓

After breakfast you will be taken by taxi to the starting point of your walking route. Via a sheltered and narrow forest path you reach the bay Pavja Luka. The pebble beach here is clean and the water, as always, crystal clear. After visiting this beautiful beach, continue your walking tour on quiet paths to the seaside town of Žrnovo.

Day 7 - 10km, 03:00u, 350 ↑↓

Today you go to the ancient and protected nature reserve Kocje with interesting rock formations. The area has an area of approximately 10,000m2 where you will discover part of this stone maze. Legend has it that fairies lived here who sometimes helped the locals. The water source in this nature reserve is therefore called "Good Fairy". The route leads back to the hotel via the village of Žrnovo on an impressive and wooded route.

Day 8 - Departure

Today you will take the 10:00 AM boat to Dubrovnik where a taxi will be waiting for you to be taken to Dubrovnik airport.
Day program subject to change. We may have to adjust the program because of weather conditions or local events.


Hotel Petka *** - Dubrovnik
Hotel Petka is located 3 km from the Old Town of Dubrovnik and 600 meters from the beach in Lapad Bay. All rooms have satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has 2 on-site restaurants. The old city walls, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, can be easily reached by public bus, which stops in front of the hotel. The sea-facing rooms have a balcony and all rooms are air-conditioned.
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Hotel Marco Polo **** - Korcula
Hotel Marko Polo is located a short walk from the center of Korčula. It has an air-conditioned à la carte restaurant, a café and a souvenir shop. There is also a wellness center, a beauty salon, a gym and 2 swimming pools. The rooms and suites at the Marko Polo are air-conditioned and feature satellite TV, a telephone, a safe and a minibar. Each room has a private bathroom with a bath or shower and a hairdryer. All units offer garden or sea views.
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  • local transfers as described in the day program
  • 1 night in hotel Petka (Dubrovnik)
  • 6 nights in hotel Marco Polo (Korcula)
  • bed & breakfast in the mentioned hotels
  • local English speaking contact person
  • routes as GPS tracks downloadable

Not included

  • airline tickets
  • ferry crossings € 18.00 per crossing (2x)
  • upgrade to half board, € 90.00 per person from day 2 to 7
  • single room surcharge
  • travel and cancellation insurance


If one (or more) accommodations is not available, an alternative will be offered in consultation. The trip will only be booked after your approval!

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