Korcula town is a short passenger or car ferry hop from Orebic, and is one of the best preserved medieval towns of the Mediterranean.
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Brna Bay and sits on one side of a peninsula and is a lovely place to stop for lunch – this beautiful bay has a shop, some restaurants, little harbour and beach – it’s is very pretty and on the other side of the little peninsula there is another beautiful bay with a beach.
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Prizba is a little place on the southern coast of Korcula Island about 4km from Brna and about 25 minutes drive from Zavalatica.
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Zavalatica is a pretty village on the sea, close to the revered wine producing village of Cara, on Korcula Island – With its little harbour and beautiful turquoise bay that is perfect for swimming and sunbathing, this village couldn’t be better placed!
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This village is on the main road to Vela Luka is famous for its two white wines – Posip and Rukatac which have to be tried!
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Vela Luka, Korcula Island TH


Vela Luka is a beautiful town at the other end of the island of Korcula from Korcula town – The town has lots of restaurants and bars and there’s plenty to do – swimming, tennis, yachting etc and also has prehistoric remains from the Neolithic era which you can visit… It has frequent ferries and hydrofoil connection to Split and Lastovo an you can take a boat trip to the Island of Love (Osjak) which is home to a protected forest or to the Island of Prozid.
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