The town of Korčula developed on a peninsula in the north-east part of the island of Korčula, opposite the Pelješac peninsula. Korčula is considered to be the most beautiful medieval planned town in Croatia. A catamaran line connects Korčula with Split and Dubrovnik and a coastal ferry service connects it with Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik as well as with Bari in Italy during the summer season. A ferry line connects Korčula with Orebić but the ferry docks in the port Dominče, located 2 km away from the town.
Accommodation can be found in private apartments, campsites and hotels among which Marko Polo and the luxurious Lešić-Dimitri Palace stand out. Right next to the old part of the town there is a marina.
Sedja, Tihana, and all at Mediterano who offered us help,
We are all so grateful for your help this past week And especially Sedja for the past few months of your coordination of our travels to Croatia and accommodation on Korcula !!!
We had an absolute blast visiting the island and Hvar ...
I just wanted to say thank you for your help, by telling us what to do and where to go during our stay on Korcula island.