Korcula is an island in the Adriatic sea which lies just off the south Dalmatian coast. Korcula is an island of sea, sun, stone and wine. The island economy is based on shipbuilding and stone cutting since ancient times, and this tradition still lives on.
1. Hotel Bon Repos Korcula - Hotel Bon Repos on island korčula is situated three kilometers away from the town, in a quiet inlet symbolically named – The Bay of Shells on Korcula island.Hotel Bon Repos consists of four pavilions whose names symbolize the four typical Mediterranean trees: Jasmin, Cedar, Begonija and Čempres; it consists of 278 rooms or 556 beds.
2. Hotel Marko Polo Korcula - Hotel Marko Polo in Korčula has recently been renovated. Hotel consists of the reception hall, air conditioned restaurant, café bar, an aperitiv bar, a souvenir shop and TV salon.
3. Hotel Park Korcula - Hotel Park is situated on island Korcula. The hotel is on the sea shore, only five minutes walking distance from the town centre. The hotel Park consists of two pavilions connected by a central building, with two more pavilions nearby.
Tourism is also as a long tradition on the island. Korcula is known for its valuable wines and for being the birthplace of the great navigator Marco Polo. There are several small places scattered on the island, like Korcula, Vela Luka, Žrnovo, Pupnat, Čara i Račišće, each place has its own story and special charm. We wish You a pleasant stay at the hotel Marko Polo in Korcula, or other hotels and apartments from our offer.
Most well known town is the birthplace of Marco Polo, the town Korcula. Korcula is a town of long history, the Statute of Korcula was made in 13th century, and is one of the oldest oldest examples of legislation in Europe. This ancient fortified town surrounded by stone walls, similar to those of Dubrovnik () is located on a small peninsula and is very attractive to tourists. Town of Korcula and its inhabitants keep alive centuries old war games tradition called Moreska, these games are held every year on July 29, on the day of St. Todor.