Hotel Bon Repos

Address: Dubrovacka cesta 19, Korcula Town, Korcula, 20260, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dubrovacka cesta 19, Korcula Town, is near Svetvincenat's loggia, Statue of Mother Mary of Bistrica (Kip Majke Bozje Bistricke), The statue of pope John Paul II, and Gorgonia Diving.
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    Travel Blogs from Korcula Town

    Departing Split for Korcula

    A travel blog entry by jennigrim on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Yesterday afternoon we did a walking tour of Split. The person conducting the tour dressed up as the Roman Emperor Diocletian from 295 AD and told the story as if he was the Emperor. The old town consists of his palace which he built for his residence which took ten years to build. He explained that the palace continued to be used by Roman ...

    Little known treasure - Korcula

    A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Jul 12, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    Feeling relaxed! Even a sleep in until the engines were fired up and we left our mooring and started our journey for the day. A slow buffet breakfast with many options, and even a monopoly game for the kids, and 500 or Dutch blitz with the older sailors. We travelled for a few hours down to a lovely quiet bay where a few other large boats were moored. One angry European lady with a g-string on, did not like us close to her boat and tried to wave us on. It ...


    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 25, 2015

    8 photos

    ... island. Many of the original buildings remain. We were taken there to enjoy a Traditional Croatian dinner at a traditional taverna style restaurant run by an old couple with basically everything we ate and drank produced in the village. On arrival we were shouted a couple of shots of home made grappa (aka aviation fuel), and munched on dried figs. I got talking to the owner and he kindly explained the recipe for the dried figs. I didn't bother him for the grappa recipe. Mumma ...


    A travel blog entry by juliebell on Jun 14, 2015

    19 photos

    ... the town in 20 minutes and we were going slow. The town of KORCULA so cute. Was Marco Polo born here ??? Debate between the Croatians and the Italians he was our explorer. No he was was our explorer ....I don't know...surely someone knows the true story .... So it's a Gothic Renaissance style church up the stairs in the middle of the square I'd so love to stay here for a week ...just to hang out during the day and get to know ...

    Day 7: Day tripping to Korcula

    A travel blog entry by kirsten0929 on May 13, 2015

    4 comments, 9 photos

    Today we day trip to the island of Korcula. A 9am ferry got us in about 10am. Korcula is geographically located between Dubrovnik and Hvar and it does seem to have picked up some of the characteristics of each. The walled town feeling of Dubrovnik but the sleepier island feel of Hvar. It is described as a mini-Dubrovnik and as "simpler and humbler than its glitzy big sister, Hvar.” It’s very small, we're guesstimating only about 125-150 yards across maybe, ...