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Apartments Island Korcula, Croatia

 

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Tourist information

Korcula island is split up from the Peljesac Peninsula by a slim channel. It's the biggest Adriatic island, almost fifty km in length. Its north coast is quite low-lying and handily reachable with a number of natural ports secured from the south and eastern winds: Racisce, Korcula, Banja, and Prigradica. The elevated southern shoreline is dotted with peaceful bays and tiny beaches while the flatter northern coast is rich in natural coves. Major settlements on the island are towns of Korcula, Blato, and Vela Luka. Small villages on the coast are Lumbarda, Racisce, Brna, Zavalatica, Prizba, and Prigradica, while Pupnat, Smokvica, and Zrnovo are positioned away from the coast. Summer season tourism has an extensive tradition on the island; sailing tourism has been just recently established. Korcula is the most inhabited island on Croatian coastline. It has excellent resources for biking with great deals of little paths with the magnificent landscape. Biking on Korcula is improving quickly since the island has a really moderate wintertime for that reason all seasons are suitable for biking.

Korcula beaches and bays

If you are the unwinded vacationer searching for a peaceful retreat, it's achievable to soak up the sun on several of Croatia's most attractive beaches. It is necessary to know that Croatia's beaches are rather stony, so it is essential to wear the appropriate shoes and boots. If you plan to go for a swim, wear shoes or swim fins in the sea - there are many sea urchins! The beaches on Korcula offer beautiful sea views of the karstic seaside ranges. Korcula has a great deal of tiny and secluded beaches throughout the island, but the 'best' or, let's say most well-known ones, are sandy beach Vela Przina, stony Zakrjan and pebble beach Pupnatska Luka. Even though these are popular beaches, there is a great deal of secluded and remote swimming locations along with beaches that are worth checking out and spending an afternoon there:

  • Beach Banje - is an old Korcula Town pebble beach located in the center of Korcula Town, near Hotel Marco Polo and Hotel Park. There are many coffee bars and taverns nearby. This beach is excellent for kids if you stay in Korcula Town.
  • Beach Zakrjan - is positioned in on the far eastern side of the Old Town and it is one of the well-known swimming locations in Korcula Town, popular with residents. The beach has a bunch of big stones and jetties for sunbathing along with a few ladders for climbing in and out of the water. The sea is very clear and transparent with wonderful colors. Jumping into the sea is safe here as the water is deep enough.
  • Beach Vela Przina - This is a very attractive sandy beach, loaded with travelers and residents. Gets very packed in summer season so if you like sandy beaches hurry up to take decent place as early as possible. Situated on the southern coast of the island, so it faces open sea !

    Accommodation available for rent close to the Vela Przina beach

     
     
  • Pupnatska Luka - A stunning stone beach with crystal clear sea in the bay of Pupnatska Luka, some 15 km out of Korcula town. Click here to see a list of apartments around the Pupnatska Luka beach.

Korcula island climate

The island has a really moderate Mediterranean atmospheric conditions, an average air temperature level in January is 10 ° C and in July 27 ° C. Daily and yearly temperature variations are small, which is extremely beneficial for farming and tourism. There are many hrs of the sunshine, almost 2,700. The island is mostly covered with Mediterranean vegetations including impressive pine forests. It is often windy in the Peljesac Channel. During the summer season, the fresh western wind typically blows, great for windsurfing and sailing.

Trips & Excursions

The proximity of Dubrovnik together with island Mljet provides guests to Korcula exceptional opportunity to hang around at this untouched Island as well as to check out the attractive Mljet national park, UNESCO's city or Mostar and world famous Dubrovnik town. Excellent ferryboat links provide numerous opportunities for individuals that like to investigate Southern and Central Dalmatia. You can rent canoes or sailboats to go to the beautiful islets in the archipelago. You can also catch an inexpensive taxi boat to one of the larger islands. There are also more expensive full or half day journeys, like a "fish picnic", a day out in Dubrovnik, wineries tour or a visit to the national park on the island of Mljet.

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How to get there

Ferryboats link the city of Korcula with Orebic on the Peljesac peninsula and Drvenik - near the town of Makarska. An additional line links Vela Luka with Split and the island of Lastovo. Fast passenger catamarans link those 2 harbors with Split and the islands of Lastovo and Hvar. The main Adriatic ferryboat line links Korcula with Rijeka, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik and in the summer season, there are direct ferryboats to Italian harbors.

Korcula has a lot to present to a guest to discover and uncover - its art and past, its customs, traditional boats, talents of stone masonry and shipbuilding, songs, writings along with its most well-known citizen - Marco Polo and his ancestry, aside from all the natural attractions, sights, and beaches. Korcula's closest flight terminal is Dubrovnik Airport. Korcula guests will find here small towns isolated of the time, spots where you can breathe calmness, green areas and tiny homes encompassed by nature, definitely a peaceful location to organize your short journey or family holidays. Across Korcula island, there are a couple of hotels and resorts, and many suites and apartments in private homes. Guests should have no problem choosing holiday accommodation even in top summer season. To make the complete process much more uncomplicated, there is a good way to book apartments in Korcula island via the internet, making it easy for the travelers to quickly and simply search through thousands of accommodation facilities all over Korcula island, along with their images and detailed information.
 
 

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