Set along the glistening waters of the Adriatic Sea is the beautiful island of Korcula. The island is blessed with everything required to make a holiday pleasurable; in short one can say that all inclusive Korcula is miniature Croatia. Along the coast on holidays all inclusive in Korcula, you’ll find coastal villages and the medieval Korcula town, while, inland there are vineyards and lush forests dotted with a few sleepy hamlets here and there.
All in all, Korcula offers its visitors a holiday packed with history, culture, beauty, diversity and loads of relaxation. The Korcula town, on the island’s north-eastern corner is mini Dubrovnik with its red roof tops and city walls. There’s plenty of sightseeing on a trip to Korcula including the St. Mark’s Cathedral and the Marco Polo museum.
Numerous beaches can be found on cheap all inclusive holidays in Korcula. Along the northern coast of the island, one can find a series of stunning bays with small pebbled beaches that gently slope into the warm and clear waters. While, on the southern side of the island there are sandy beaches such as Plaza Przina or the stretch at Lumbarda. The Plaza Przina is a family friendly beach with plenty of sun loungers, water sports and beach bars.
Those interested in underwater diving can head to Vela Luka, in the western part of the island for some amazing underwater sites.
Talking of nightlife, Korcula holidays have not much to offer you. With a few bars where one can enjoy a couple of drinks with friends or loved ones or a quiet seaside dinner at one of the restaurants in town; that is the sum total of all evening entertainment in Korcula. For those interested in partying hard can head to Dubrovnik which is famous for its party scene.
When to go:
With seven months of constant sunshine each year, holidays in Korcula have become a favourite vacation spot of travellers from world over. Like the rest of the coast of Croatia, Korcula too has hot summers with hardly any rainfall and cold, wet winters. The hottest months of the year are June, July and August with the mercury soaring to 30°C and 10 hours of sunshine per day on an average. Summers are the perfect time for a trip to Korcula, when many events and festivals take place including the International Marco Polo Festival of song and wine.
Map of Korcula, Croatia
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