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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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... just finishing at the restaurant, who say the food is very good, especially the snickers pancakes! I have mussels, Peter black squid ink risotto, and I enjoy my rose! We also share the snickers pancakes.
A stroll back to the boat, after a gorgeous day on Korcula. I have missed seeing Marco Polo's house; he supposedly lived here before heading off to China.
A late night, nearly 11pm, but thankfully no noise from the party boat ...
... walls and most of the towers in the corners are still standing. The next day, we decided to rent a car to see more of the island. We first drove to Lumbarda, a small town on the east side of the island. Today was a Christian holiday in Croatia, all saints day that occurs annually on Nov 1. The local Christians all dress in black, go visit the cemeteries and place flowers and candles on the graves. We stopped at a floral cemetery ...
... sat on the end of the boat. I was staring very intently off the back of the boat and making every attempt to ride the waves, the worst Balazs had experienced all season, I somehow made it unscathed!!
The rain really started to come down after mooring so we coated up to walk the beautiful old walled town. Narrow streets criss-cross from St Marco square and the cathedral out to the frame of high walls, a fort built by the Venetians. I decided if I ...
... meal where Jason and I shared mussels for entrée, I had some sort of something on a skewer and Jason had Cevapici again. It was also the first time we were properly introduced to the whole onion as a side. It's very popular here to have just plain white onion chopped up as your 'salad' part of your dish. Intense but the rest was really good. The sunset that night was spectacular and would have been stunning from the boat ...
... which he proceeded to cut and we ate the insides with bread. There wasn't much of a taste, but the process of seeing him gather and cut them was cool. It was strange to watch the spikes of the sea urchins still moving even after they had been cut in half and out of the water for a long time. Later on as the sun was setting Mario cooked us fish, grilled zucchini, and provided salad and bread. The three of us also polished off a bottle of wine. The meal was ...