Discover the history of Korcula

Discover the tradition of the Dubrovnik coast

Immerse yourself in a mystical oasis


The central Dalmatian island of Korcula extends parallel to the nearby mainland. It is 46.8 km long, with an average width of 5.3 to 7.8 km, covers an area of 270 km2 and is the sixth largest island in the Adriatic Sea. It is separated from the Peljesac peninsula by the Peljesac channel, and among them the shortest distance is 1270 m …
Mljet is our first big island to come across the Croatian sea from southeast to northwest. In historical times the Illyrians lived throughout the island; they touched it and stayed there for water and bad weather, the Greeks on their way to Lumbarda (Korcula) and their other Adriatic settlements …
The territory of this municipality is located on the part of the Dubrovnik coast from the state border with the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina near Neum to the settlement Majkovi and the Ratac area by the sea towards Dubrovnik. Municipality of Dubrovnik Littoral has  four border crossings to the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina …

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