No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Korcula
... the day would improve at this stage. We arrived in the walled city late morning, just as the first spots of rain started to fall.
As little had come of the rain, we wandered around the city streets, taking in the view and the history, before boarding a bus to head to the smaller settlement of Lumbrada 15 minutes away. Stopping to enjoy our picnic lunch on the first of the 4 beaches we visited, and with the rain clouds still looming, we carried ...
... during the day. We then cut across to the corner of the Peljesac Peninsular, with Korcula to the South. The Peljesac Channel between the peninsular and Korcula is relatively narrow with steep limestone mountains on the port side and wooded hills to starboard on Korcula. We pass Korcula town, getting some good photos. We are impressed with the look of the town and the fortified town peninsular. We thread our way through the islands off Korcula town, dodge ...
... drinking on the boat
Dodger – Rog is a pre med from California, Santa Barbara I think. Has the best moves on the dance floor. Has travelled with everyone after Croatia too which is pretty wicked.
Jeddy – Pegged Marko
Casey – Hubber thought Casey was uber hot, I had no real opinion however.
And our awesome crew members
Marko – Quite ...
... to wear a dress today - what a sight that would have been as we clambered up the narrow ladder in the tower! The sunset view from the tower was beautiful and in true Croatian style, the water down below was just as clear and spectacular as always.
That sums up the couple of hours we had in Korcula. I wish I could tell you more of the history surrounding these islands of Croatia, but a) I don't really remember it and would get ...
... Frida and I wanted to rent a boat and sing the "I'm on a boat" song all day long, but alas, you had to have a boat license. So being the new expert on scootering, we decided to rent a scooter and explore the other sides of the island. This being the biggest of all the islands, there was plenty to see, with lots of mountains and beaches to explore. We just drove in the general direction of where we wanted to go and let ...