"Your tour to Korcula will start with a drive through the beautiful wine region of the Peljesac peninsula to the seaside town of Orebic. At Orebic you will leave the driver behind and take a short 20-minute ferry ride to the Island of Korcula. Onc historic sites and small cobbled streets of Korcula’s Old Town which is rumored to be the birth place of the great explorer Marco Polo. You will also have time for lunch at one of the town’s many relaxing restaurants (lunch not included in the price of the tour) where you can soak up the laid-back island atmosphere. In the late afternoon you will board the ferry for Orebic where the driver will be waiting to take you back to Dubrovnik. On way back you have time to stop and do wine tasting at Matusko at Potom"""Korcula is one of the most beautiful islands on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. It has lots to offer holiday makers including a historic walled town
Korcula and Peljesac with Wine Tasting Day Trip from Dubrovnik
"The first station will be historical town Ston. You will enjoy the famous walls and rich history as a part of Dubrovnik republic. Afterwards the group will drive through the Peljesac peninsula and visit a local family and wine maker with some wine tasting of course. The final station is the home town of Marco Polo the world famous trader and explorer who gained to fame for his world wide travels: Korcula the city in which the Polo family has been living from the 13th century to today.It is the most charming Dalmatian island whose name originates from the ancient Greeks who named it Korkyra Melaina which means Black Korcula. Korkyra was a nymph wi god of the see and the attribute 'Black' was added because of the thick Mediterranean forest and macchia
Private Tour: Korcula and Ston Day Trip from Dubrovnik with Wine Tasting
"Leave your central Dubrovnik hotel by air-conditioned minivan and travel out of the city after a quick photo stop near Dubrovnik Bridge. Then sit back and relax on the 1-hour journey to Ston as you travel along the scenic coastal road. Perched on the southern end of the Pelješac peninsula where waves lash the shoreline the seaside town boasts beautiful views across to the Croatian islands.Enjoy a short walking tour around Ston and stroll around its terracotta-roofed and bougainvillea-clad buildings to soak up the town’s charm. Use some free time to visit the city walls — the so-called Great Wall of Croatia — and the town’s old salt factory or perhaps find a cafe and savor a Croatian coffee as rich as the views (all activities at your own expense).Meet back up with your guide and travel through wine regions and picturesque hamlets on the way to Orebić a port town and gateway to the island of Korčula. Swap your mode of transport from minivan to motorboat
In the Adriatic you don't have to afraid of sharks!Shark attacks are rare in Croatia, whose sea is a natural home only to smaller sharks that do not harm humans. But larger sharks sometimes stray into...
Invest in a pair of “plastic” shoes the moment you arrive. Best investment I made as the sea urchins are hidden between rocks in the sea and sometimes very difficult to spot. I was told that if you do...