Korčula and Hvar Boat Tour

The island of Korčula, or how the ancient Greek settlers called it – Korkyra Melaina, is the sixth-largest Adriatic island. The main town of the island has the same name – Korčula, and it set on the north-eastern tip of the island opposite the Pelješac peninsula. The historical old town is one of Dalmatia’s most relaxing getaways.

It is a hometown of a medieval Venetian merchant – Marco Polo. Korčula town still boasts Marco Polo’s house of birth and it will soon be turned into a museum. Rich in vineyards and olive groves, the island of Korcula give you an opportunity to try the best Croatian white wines produced from the grape pošip, from the areas around the villages of Čara and Smokvica, and the grk grape, from the area around Lumbarda village.The most beautiful beach is at Pupnatska Luka.

The queen of the Dalmatian islands is the island of Hvar. At Hvar, everybody can find all that gives peace to the soul and relaxation to the body. It is an ancient town with the sunniest hours of all the islands in the Adriatic Sea. Thanks to the rich history, the island of Hvar looks like a fairy tale. Coming from the central part of the island we arrived at the magnificent piazza, a square dominated by St. Stephen’s Cathedral and bordered by the palaces of Groda and by the cascading stone-built houses of Burag. We suggest you visit the fortress Fortica and the Franciscan monastery.

You can make a stop in the wild, solitary bays with amazing beaches and colors, which can be accessed only by boat.