Lesic-Dimitri Palace

Address: Don Pavla Pose 1-6, Korcula, 20260, Croatia | Condo
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This condo, located on Don Pavla Pose 1-6, Korcula, is near Svetvincenat's loggia, The statue of pope John Paul II, Gorgonia Diving, and Kazun.
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      Travel Blogs from Korcula

      Bikies -lol!

      A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 16, 2014

      7 photos

      Although Trevor and Larraine have already been for a big walk and bought our morning fresh bread its another late start for us but Masterchef Phil did prepare poached eggs for all.
      By 10am we were at the rental agency hiring scooters to 'fang' around the island as Trevor puts it.
      First time on scooters for Phil so he gets a crash course driving around the town square with Trevor then they come back for the bikie biatches!
      These muscle machines that ...

      Cocktails and Water Polo in Korcula

      A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 12, 2013

      18 photos

      ... alignment Jono drove us in convoy over the hills of the island with wicked views over the surrounding bays. The drive took us through the bush and vineyards of this little island of Croatia. The guide navigated us to a beach where we parked up the buggy's and gathered our gear for a swim. Taking snorkeling gear with us, we didn't see anything much more interesting than our own feet and the sand on the sea floor. Feeling thirsty from the busy morning we ordered a couple of radlers ...

      Day 35 - Sail Croatia, Dubrovnik to Mljet

      A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Aug 06, 2013

      ... quite breathtaking. There is a walled channel that runs from one to the other and you can use the current, which is quite strong, to pull you through the channel from one lake to the other. It's like a natural water ride! We walked back to the town on the water and sat at a cafe until it was time to get back on the boat. We were supposed to have a party on the top deck that night but we ended up playing card games with a big group of people which was really fun! ...

      More sailing in the lovely Adriatic

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jul 30, 2012

      1 comment, 108 photos

      ... to bed till the real 3.30am wake-up.

      We departed 4am, with Murray up with Doug and Ursula to keep watch and take some photos of the sunrise while we skirt the island. Dianne takes over Murray's bed downstairs, and gets some more sleep.

      Each inlet or bay has its own village. Some of the anchorages are very good. Most villages seem to have road access. Murray goes to bed for a couple of hours while we round the end of Hvar Island, and others have ...


      A travel blog entry by nick_collins8 on Sep 03, 2011

      ... sitting around doing nothing all the time.

      Its harder remembering where we actually went.

      Mijet – Ok I am pretty sure we spent the first night in Mijet after having a swim in this little cove near there. It wasn’t where we officially supposed to be, Marko got in lots of trouble from Allen, the gaybo Sail Croatia rep, but we didn’t care where we were. Turned out to be a whole heap of fun. We started off walking down to the ...