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- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Liburna Korcula
Travel Blogs from Korcula
... amazing views on beautiful hidden beaches and coves, and ride to the small villages and hamlets and stop in some of the few great local konoba (taverns) for the most amazing locally prepared food! - See more at: http://pure-adventures.com/show-tour/94 /Croatia+Cycling+Coast+&+Islands+Di ...
... and tonic – and the price about $40-$43. Lunch today of a pizza, beer, and water was about $15. Can’t go wrong!!
Korcula Town is at the end of the island of Korcula on a peninsula. So, it is surrounded by water on three sides. Across the harbor from one side is the Peljesac peninsula which has rolling hills and tiny villages – and lots of vineyards for the famous (and delicious) Croatian wine.
We even braved ordering burgers at the beach cafe and they turned out to be fresh and tasty!
On the way back to Korcula town we did a bit more sightseeing on our two wheel machines and returned them to the agency with the bikes and us still in tact.
We had putted along very pleasantly at about 40kph, peaking at 49kph going downhill at one stage. This was a little under whelming for Trevor but he did manage to max his monster out at 69kph at ...
... 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 & ...
... 6) then went for a walk with the guitar to find somewhere to chill out and play for a while, while most of the others from the boat had hired bikes and gone for a ride around the island. We walked up one way and ended up in what looked like someone's driveway, so we headed back in the other direction where we ran into Rachel, who was struggling to get up the hill with her bike. The chain came off as she was changing gears, so we walked with her back into town, then left her at the bike ...