Korcula Croatia Holiday
Find out were to stay on your Korcula Croatia Holiday! Whether you are looking for villas on the beach or a villas with a pool, villas with views or family villas, here’s the low down on our favourite Korcula Croatia Holiday locations up and down the coast. Feel free to give us a call for a chat about more Croatia villas – we are happy to help!
Korcula town is a short passenger or car ferry hop from Orebic, and is one of the best preserved medieval towns of the Mediterranean. Find out more
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. Find out more
Prizba is a little place on the southern coast of Korcula Island about 4km from Brna and about 25 minutes drive from Zavalatica. Find out more
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! Find out more
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! Find out more
PUPNAT ILLYRIAN VILLAGE
This is the oldest settlement on the island dating back from Illyrian times and the architecture is extremely well preserved. Find out more
CARA VILLAGE – VINYARDS & WINEMAKING
This village is right in the middle of the Island and about 25km from Korcula Town very close to Zavalatica and the villa. Find out more
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. Find out more
You can find out more about Croatia Locations, Croatia Beaches, Croatia Restaurants and Things to Do in Croatia in our Croatia Info section and by checking out the Croatian National Tourist Board site.