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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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Woke up to STORMS!!!! The boat was rocking so so much and everyone was sea sick. Harriet threw up non stop and we were so worried that it was going to be like this for the rest of the trip! It was windy and cloudy and no sun to be seen :( we were supposed to travel Mljet but due to the weather (including a cyclone right next to the boat) we had to change corse and head to korcula were it was meant to be sunnier. Night number 2 was meant to be the most relaxed night on the trip but ...
... that we needed a walk so went walking around the lovely little town and out to the local swimming spot on the peninsular, where they also have a small bar, the beers were very welcome. As the wharf do not have any showers it was back to the boat to shower and get ready for tea. We had booked at a small garden restaurant and the food was great, some of the best we have had so far.
So it's off to Korcula tomorrow.
Di & ...
... much all there was to offer so ventured via bike along the coast to Lumbarda-and even sleepier town with a lovely beach. It was one of my favourite days to date....cocktail on the beach, lunch out and then some sunbathing (once we'd avoided the school children screeching in the water). Only issue was the bikes, or bike....Max's was really good, the sort they put out of the front of the shop to attract punters....mine not so much. It kept randomly changing gear on my behalf. ...
... an English-speaking clientele. They were the only restaurant we've seen whose menu was only in English, as opposed to about 5 different languages. The food was great and they had fun non-yellow fizzy beer. This morning we said goodbye to Dubrovnik and made our way up to Korčula Town, courtesy of a private driver, Mario, in a Mercedes E-class. We're really roughing it these days. Mario took us to Mali Ston and Ston, which are connected by the longest stone wall in Europe, ...
... was extra special though so it'll get it's own section. The town As per normal we spent a bunch of time just exploring the town, doing some shopping and enjoying the sights. We climbed the bell tower (not quite as bad as climbing Split's), saw the churches and walked the streets and the around the walls. It is a really nice little place. The bike ride We rented bikes for four hours and took a ride to the other end of the island to a town about 12km ...