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What to do and see on the island of Korcula

As the capital of the island, it is not surprising that most of tourist attractions and activities can be found in the town of Korcula. Town is known as the 'mini Dubrovnik', because the old part of the city looks just like Dubrovnik's Old Town. One of the most unusual ways of achieving fame is the claim that the city is the birthplace of Marco Polo. Therefore, you will find in the of Korcula numerous places and things named after him, and you can even visit the alleged birth house.

What to do and see on the island of Korcula

The rest of the island can be visited on one of the many organized excursions. Enjoy the course of surfing, sailing or kayaking, and fishing trips or picnics, not to mention cycling or hiking through the beautiful landscape that promises a vacation that will be remembered for a lifetime. Try out the great opportunities for diving on the island of Korcula, ranging from diving to shipwrecks, diving 'in the blue' or diving in underwater caves. The island of Korcula is a good starting place for trips to nearby places. You can visit many beautiful, historic and natural attractions. From the island of Korcula you can visit the islands of Mljet and Lastovo, the city of Dubrovnik and its historic walls, the city of Split with Diocletian's Palace, the islands of Hvar, Brac and Vis. All these visits can be organized in group travel by boat, water taxi or with the help of the charter. You can rent a boat with a skipper also.

During the stay on the island, be prepared for a number of theater, music and folklore events, among which are certainly the most colorful dance "Moreska" (which shows the ancient story of the fight between the two kings around beautiful girls) and Kumpanija that is performed in summer. As for the nightlife on the island of Korcula there are many events on the beach and night entertainment in discos.

Early summer period (May-July) is prime time for sailing on the Adriatic islands. Numerous coves and bays in these waters attract sailors from all over Europe. From Korcula is easy to sail to the island of Hvar (which is known as the sunniest Croatian island), Brac (with probably the best beaches on the Adriatic), Vis (where divers can explore six different wrecks) and nearby island of Bisevo.

The island of Korcula offers a number of other fun and historical events throughout the year. For those who love sports and water activities, island of Korcula is the perfect place. You can go sailing, diving, water skiing or cruising, surfing, climbing, running, biking, fishing, safari buggy or canoeing. You can also simply enjoy the sun and the beautiful clear and clean sea on one of the many beaches on the island of Korcula: pebble beach "Banje" in the town of Korcula, sandy beach "Luka" in the town of Korcula, sandy beach Vela Przina in Lumbarda, sandy beach Tatinja in Lumbarda, pebble beach on the island Planjak, pebble beach in the Gulf "Bacva", pebble beach on the island Vrnik, pebble beach in the Gulf "Zitna", pebble beach in Racisce ...

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