Dragan's Den

Address: Put Svetog Antuna, Ul 91, Korcula Town, Korcula, 20260, Croatia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Put Svetog Antuna, Ul 91, Korcula Town, is near Svetvincenat's loggia, The statue of pope John Paul II, Statue of Mother Mary of Bistrica (Kip Majke Bozje Bistricke), and Cistern.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDragan's Den Korcula Town

Reviewed by marcomillione

Budget hostel

Reviewed Feb 24, 2012
by (1 review) Korcula , Croatia Flag of Croatia

Lively, budget friendly, youth-orientated Croatian villa with pool.
Whether you are a couple or part of a larger group, Dragan's Den is the place for you. Conveniently located just 10-15 minutes from Korcula Town and a short walk to idyllic sandy beaches, this property offers everything young travelers could wish for - a fantastic blend of party atmosphere combined with a tranquil location. With a pool, en-suite bathrooms and several fully equipped kitchens, this truly is a unique place to stay.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Dragan's Den Korcula Town

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Korcula Town

A little bit of Korcula

A travel blog entry by glennandcheryl on Aug 10, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... overlooks a nice harbour, and because it is perched on the edge of a cliff, it is very spectacular.

Cheryl and I, visited the Marco Polo Shop to buy some more Marco Polo shirts for me and the boys. After that I joined the rest of the boys in a bar overlooking the bay. We stayed there until the girls had finished their shopping. Once all that was done, it was time to find a place to eat. Like before, Brian and Dianne (and Heather ...

King-Dingaly Korcula

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Aug 10, 2015

... really not wanting to do it. We left once he reassured me they knew we were leaving. For some unknown reason we decided to walk down. Turns out it wasn't a far walk, but was a little dangerous as it had no footpaths or lighting. By the time we got there Johnny and Han were already there. We met up with them and chatted on the side of our boat. Once Han and Adam fell asleep on the dock, we figured it was bed time. A great night out in ...

Stormy Seas

A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jun 24, 2015

9 photos

... actually from Georgetown. They only register the boats there to save money on the yearly taxes. Apparently, you just tell the Georgetown officials you want your boat registered there. Fill out the forms send it back with the money enclosed and they send the papers and a nice Georgetown flag for your boat. All this time, I thought how on earth did some of these vessels make it all the up the African Coast to ...

Quaint But Great! Happy Birthday Joe!

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 18, 2015

24 photos

... Greeks, taken over by the Romans, and interestingly, became a key southern outpost of the Venetian Republic. Thus, it has elements of each of these in its history and architecture. We departed from the water taxi and headed into the heart of Korcula. Its streets are actually set out like a fish skeleton, with the main backbone being "main street" and the ribs being the tiny side streets. Since it was small and navigable, we decided to walk each street and see what we could find! ...


A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 26, 2014

2 photos

... lady boys in Thailand and other sex stories I could never begin to imagine. Callum, Tom, Matt, Tilly and I were late getting off so we had a leisurely stroll to the bar, Callum of course complaining about walking and hunger. The bar was possibly the coolest I had ever been to, with the dance floor inside being filmed constantly and projected onto the wall outside. This made the stripper pole inside a particularly interesting commodity. At one point we did have Brydan, ...