About Island of Korcula
Lying on a small peninsula surrounded by city walls and fortresses Korcula is one of the most beautiful medieval cities on the Adriatic Coast. Covered in dense pine forest the island was named Korkyra Melaina meaning "Black Korcula" by the Greeks in the 3rd century B.C. It is considered to be the birthplace of Marco Polo the famous world traveller. You will tour its charming streets and squares with Renaissance palaces town loggia and the magnificent Cathedral of St. Mark the citys patron saint. Highlights - Town of Korcula - Drive through peninsula Peljesac wine region - Local wine cellars Itinerary* Departure from hotel according to timetable View Pick-up Schedule Drive along the coast Short break in Bella Vista Restaurant above Prapratno 1115 Arrival at Orebic 1130 Boat ride to Korcula town 1145 City Tour of Korcula free time included 1500 Boat ride back to Orebic Short stop in one of the wine cellars on Peljesac peninsula for wine tasting 1700 Stop in Ston 1830 Arrive at your hotels Includes - Transportation - Guide - Wine tasting Excludes - Meals and drinks - Tips and gratuities - Personal expenses - Optional activity costs - Museum visits Please Note - Children below 13 years old are free of charge. - Private tours are available on request during the off season. - Departure times vary depending on pick-up location.