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Start time: 15:15 and on Saturday 10:00
Duration: 5 hours
Price: 82€ per person
Group Size: Up to 8 people
“I recommend you do at least one tour with Korcula Explorer during your stay at Korcula, I guarantee you will experience something you would not have done on your own.”
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While your party size can be as small as one person, our tours require a minimum of 4 total persons to run. If we are unable to meet that minimum, we will gladly rebook you to another date, refund your purchase or charge an additional cost (with your agreement if you’d like to go ahead with the booking).Book Tour
- Meet two Korcula island producers for an insight into island life.
- Try a glorious range of sweet products including fruit liqueurs, jams and traditional cookies.
- Sample domestically produced local wine varieties Grk and Plavac Mali.
- Learn how to make a traditional sweet biscuit/cake from Korcula
After being picked up in Korcula, you will take a 10-minute drive before arriving at the first destination to sweeten your taste buds. At the home of the jovial Ivan & Ana, you will taste an array of delicious homemade products including olive oil, preserves, sweet treats, Croatian rakija (brandy), domestic wine and pancakes (crepe-style) with jam. After we bid our new friends farewell, you take an approximately 25-minute walk through the countryside to our final destination for our baking workshop.
During the workshop, you will have fun preparing and baking your own traditional, sweet cookies whilst learning local stories. The sweet treats you will be making are called Klasuni. Klasuni is a little ball of joy, made from a traditional dough, which is then filled with a tasty filling made from nuts, rose brandy and various marmalades.
Once the workshop is complete and you have sampled your delicious treats, it will be time to head back to Korcula Town by van transfer.
- Return transfers between Korcula and Lumbarda
- Walk through the countryside between Korcula and Lumbarda
- Various tastings at a local homestead
- Cooking workshop
- A complimentary copy of our Ultimate Korcula Island Guide
- Water for the walk
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How hard is the walk?
The walk is a 25-minute moderate walk through the countryside. Some terrain is uneven and the temperature will typically be hot. We suggest this tour is inappropriate for people with mobility issues and recommend you have a good fitness level.
What should I wear?
We recommend light and comfortable clothing as well as suitable shoes for walking on uneven countryside terrain. Trainers/sneakers may be best.
What should I bring with me?
We suggest you bring some water for the walk.
Can I buy products from the producers we visit?
Yes, you can buy local products at each stop. Please note they do not accept card payments, so ensure you have cash (Euro) with you if you plan on making a purchase.
Where does the tour start and where do we meet?
We will meet you at a central meeting point in Korcula Town. We provide a map of where to meet on the Tour Confirmation.
Can you accommodate dietary requirements or food allergies?
Please let us know upon booking if you have any dietary requirements or food allergies. We can usually accommodate all, although unfortunately on this tour there is no alternative for gluten intolerance/coeliac.
What is the payment and refund policy?
Full payment is required when booking. Should you need to cancel we will offer a full refund for any cancellations received at least 48 hours before the tour date. You can see full details on our Terms & Conditions page: http://www.korculaexplorer.com/terms-conditions/.