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Take a walk
Stretch your legs and appreciate the unspoilt nature on the Island of Korcula. The island is a walker’s paradise, with many simply beautiful walks and stunning hiking trails.
Join us on our relaxed and informal Walking & Wine Tasting Tour in Lumbarda or our more energetic Cycling & Wine Tasting Tour
Enjoy the stunning Adriatic sea on an archipelago boat trip plus optional fishing
Taste the best of Korcula on our food & drink tour in Lumbarda
Explore Korcula in a fun and unique way on a self guided cycling Instagram Tour
A holiday to Korcula is all about enjoying the best things in life in a fantastic place surrounded by natural beauty; throw in a few great activities to keep you busy and you, like us, will never want to leave.
For specific information about each village or town, read our Places to Visit section.
We also offer a wide range of tours and excursions on Korcula or can tailor make a tour based upon your interests.
Below are some top things to do and see, which we think you should consider to make the most of your holiday on Korcula.
Learn how to shape traditional pasta & enjoy a local meal in Zrnovo
We can arrange various driven tours of Island Korcula
One of the most enjoyable ways to see Korcula is by bicycle, with nice and easy routes for those out of practice, as well as plenty of hilly challenges; all lead through breathtaking scenery to great final destinations.
Sun-seekers will not be disappointed when they find themselves enjoying the sun and sea at one of the gorgeous white pebbled beaches. Here you can see some of our favourite beaches on the island - "Korcula Beaches"
Relax and Un-wind
After a day in the sun, watch the sun go down over the hills whilst enjoying your favourite cocktail at one of Korcula's cocktail bars.
Book with us & receive our complimentary Food & Drink Guide.
Not the card game, but try your luck at the real McCoy! Make sure you get a license to fish or join a fishing tour which will arrange it for you. Take a look at our recommended excursion below.
Take to the water
Embrace the wind and learn how to sail or windsurf around Korcula. Hire a kayak and peddle around the archipelago. Or take a boat trip and enjoy the stunning Korcula Island coastline.
Get a bird's eye view
There's many opportunities to get up high to enjoy panoramic views. For example climb the Cathedral bell tower or the Land Gate in Korcula Old Town.
More ideas on the Blog
Explore the deep
The Adriatic on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast holds some of the clearest waters for scuba diving and snorkelling; with shipwrecks and over 200 species of fish. Contact Dupin Dive to book Diving on Korcula - www.croatiadiving.com
Listen to music
Numerous bars and restaurants offer live performances nightly, from the modern covers to traditional Croatian folk music and the beautiful harmony of a local Klapa (a cappella) group.
Watch a Sword Dance
Marvel at the skilful sword dancers performing in the Moreska (Korcula old town) or Kumpanija (Blato, Pupnat, Smokvica or Cara) or Mostra in Zrnovo.
Visit the caves at Vela Luka and learn about 20,000 years of history!
History & Architecture
Explore Korcula old town with its various museums, historical buildings, numerous churches and the architectural wonder, the Cathedral of St Mark.
Taste local food
There's no where better to sample fresh-fish and seafood than on the Dalmatian coast, as well as other mouth-watering specialities.
Visit one or more of the various wineries on Korcula to sample the delicious local wines straight from the barrel.
Work (but no too hard!)
Get your hands dirty picking olives (October/November) or grapes (August/September) with friendly locals and enjoy a meal of domestic delights thrown in for your efforts.
Hike Sv. Ilija
Take to the region’s highest peak and climb Mount Ilija above Orebic, for unparalleled views of Korcula Island and the surrounding archipelago.
Travel the Island
Make yourself mobile by renting a boat, scooter or car and explore the less visited villages and coastal spots on Korcula.
Explore more of Croatia's Dalmatian region and take a day trip to Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar, Mljet, Orebic or Ston.