About Island Korcula

Secluded from the coastline by narrow Peljesac Strait, Korcula counts as the sixth largest island in the Adriatic Sea. Located in the very heart of Dalmatian archipelago, it hides plenty of fascinating natural sights such as unnamed coves, lost valleys and wild beaches. Settlements of Korcula , in addition to the one named after the island, include Vela Luka, Lumbarda, Racisce, Cara and many other. The great Croatian explorer and sail man Marco Polo was born on Korcula, as can be learned in this museum dedicated to this great adventurer. Spirituality of Gothic and Renaissance period has been preserved thanks to Cathedral of St. Mark, constructed in 14th century. Also, the island serves as home to Moreska warrior dance, during which real blades are clashed, causing awe and joy in always plentiful audience.

Island Korcula
Korčula, Croatia

Five Best Places for Food Lovers on Korcula

Planning to visit the romantic Island of Korcula in Croatia’s Dalmatia region? Lucky you, it is one of the most beloved localities in the country. In addition to old stone-walled settlements and amazing swordplay dance called Moreska, the isle is a fantastic spot to try local delicacies thanks to numerous restaurants and traditional ‘konoba’ taverns. Here are five spots all food lovers on Korcula should try. Aterina Situated in the vicinity of main captain’s quarters and a frog statue that serves as a waypoint in Korcula, Aterina is a charming konoba equally loved by locals and tourists alike. Having a large terrace and stone-paved floor, it provides a beautiful view to the island’s western shores. The menu is filled with…

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LD Teracce (Lesic Dimitri)

Situated in a 18th century palace which went through recent renovation, Lesic Dimitiri is a restaurant of a corresponding boutique…