Villa Conte

Address: Zrnovska Banja 647, Korcula, 20275, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Korcula

Day 30 - Thursday, June 11, 2015 - Hvar to Korcula

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 12, 2015

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Day 30 - Thursday, June 11, 2015 - Hvar to Korcula

Hvar is the only 'one night stand' of our trip. We didn’t unpack because our ferry boat to Korcula (pronounced KOR-chu-la) leaves early. We should explain ‘ferry boat.’ These are huge ships depending on whether they are transporting trucks, cars, and people. They can swallow dozens of tractor trailers, then the cars, then 400 hundred or ...

Island hopping in Dalmatia.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 22, 2014

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... I was wishing I hadn’t ordered the fries, as the meal was large enough without them). We had a nice visit over dinner for about two hours and then walked back to the hotel. While dining we had a short chat with the group at the next table, some of them being from Scotland.

I plan on getting to bed early tonight, as we have to meet at 08:20 for the trip to Mostar (which should be an interesting stop).

Once again I’ve noticed on ...

BL #18: Become a Croatian Wino

A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 20, 2014

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... Perhaps the one disadvantage to touring the region on your own is that some tours include a stop at an oyster farm for a tasting and a bit of a tour, as locals claim that the peninsula produces the best oysters in the World. It's something that we weren't able to find on our own, so instead, we did the next best thing - gorged ourselves on oysters at every restaurant we could today, to the tune of thirty between the two of us!

One of ...

Korcula. What a charmer!

A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni on Jul 01, 2014

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... housed the City Museum’s collection of Greek and Roman artifacts, shipping relics and gave us glimpse of the living styles of the time.

We finished our tour by walking to the birthplace of Marco Polo, born in 1254. We ventured to the top of the Loggia above the famous world traveler and writer’s home, to view the rooftops of Old Korcula.


Cruise Day 2

A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Sep 29, 2013

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... a limestone quarry and a school that teaches the ancient art of stonemasonry. It was very interesting to see the work of the students. The course which is the normal high school course takes 3 years or 4 if you want to study the more technical side as well. We were meant to stay in Pucisca overnight but as the weather is getting quite rough and we have to cross the Brac Channel the Captain decided to sail to Omis and spend the night there. It was overcast and windy but not ...