Hotel Dalmacija

Address: Obala 4 bb, Vela Luka, Korcula, 20270, Croatia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Obala 4 bb, Vela Luka.
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Travel Blogs from Vela Luka

Vela Luca - Korcula Town - ferry to Orebic

A travel blog entry by bubbles9 on May 31, 2014

6 comments, 22 photos

... he prepared for us. After the last guest left, he joined us, bringing glasses of Grappa. If you're in a conversation with a Croatian, the subject of the war usually comes up at some point. Being in his early 30's now, he was too young to serve but related his family's experiences. He had actually visited a friend in Boston, did a tour of Fenway Park & tried but failed to get tickets to a Patriots game. It was a great evening!

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Cruise Day 6

A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Oct 03, 2013

20 photos

... the sun deck (by myself) for an hour but even I had to give in as it is too windy and cool. Went downstairs to find everyone else huddled in the main cabin trying to keep out of the wind. Tried to connect to the Internet but all ports are taken so it is off to my cabin to thaw out and to start typing this up. At least I can see out of my window - the rugged coast line of Korcula and the white caps! Read and napped until we arrived in Mljet. It is a very small ...

Day five

A travel blog entry by rr.peregrinates on Sep 04, 2013

... world war . Luckily a few of the vines survived to keep the clone going but that is when a lot of the creation winemakers moved to Australia and NZ to start winemaking there. nobility was originally from Korcula.

We tasted a great desert wine . Here they cover the grapes and semi dry them to get the Brix up in order to make the desert wine. After finishing with a grappa we headed home for a traditional Dalmatian ...

Vis, charm, military and beauty

A travel blog entry by paulandashe on Jul 30, 2013

40 photos

... tunnels and fortresses. Today there is only a small Croatian army that remains.

Our tour took us to some of the Yugoslavian army sites including a submarine bunker, tunnels and gun placement over the cliffs and bunker for preparing and housing missiles. As well as the British airfield and the caves where Tito and Maclean had negotiations for post world war II Yugoslavia and eventually signed the treaty of Vis. It was a great way to see the Island and learn some of its history. ...

Far, Hvar away...

A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan on May 31, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... seven hours long from Zagreb to Split. If the accommodation that was provided on these night trains was in a hostel or hotel, we’d have had a repeat of Sion, and run a mile. But, this was different; there was something enchanting about this cramped and tatty space with bunk beds that had us both looking forward to the trip. We waved at as many station attendants as we could (with thankfully a fair few responses), and saw ...