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TravelPod Member ReviewsDragan's Den Korcula Town
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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... on the horizon. This is our third visit and would have to say one of our favorite islands on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. Legend has it that Marco Polo was born here, just don't tell the people of Venice as they also lay claim to him. Learned some interesting tidbits regarding sailing from the captain. I've always wondered why so many of the ships are from Georgetown, South Africa. Turns out none of the ...
... part of town that still in great shape is surprisingly Medieval. However, the best part of this city is the fact that Marco Polo was born here in 1254, something the entire town still takes pride in (and also tries to capitalize on). There is a sense of "Venice" here, as the streets are very narrow and winding, too. Along our way, we also found St. Mark's Cathedral (Korcula was a bishophoric in the 14th century), the Icon Museum and the Old Town Walls. One of our more modern finds ...
Today we set sail from Hvar at 6am for Korcula Island, landing in Racisce on the north coast. Ljubo our guide suggested a shorter ride, to allow us more time to explor the town of Korcula.
So the boat started moving at 6 am, I was up early, and enjoyed a cup of tea on the back deck with Sabina and others, as we sailed along the hilly island coasts. Today is Zel's birthday, so a card is passed around, and Sabina has bought ...
... was worried that he was going to get wedged in there permanently, but we both made it up without incident and were rewarded with some more stunning views.
(I'm running out of ways to describe beautiful. I hope our next stop is ugly so I can introduce a whole new set of adjectives.)
If we thought our day in Hvar was lazy, we knew we could top that here, so we began immediately. We walked the streets (not like that), stopped to dip our toes in the ...
... us, a super salty Neopolitana and another called the Croatia, which had salami and peppers on it. It was a good meal and one that didn't cost us an outrageous amount, so we were pleased to say the least. We all went back to the boat to wash up in the sometimes hot sometimes cold shower that stuck out of the toilet wall and get ready for the night ahead. We all had a few drinks on the boat and played never have I ever, hearing some pretty outrageous stories about guys ...