Tourist and cultural center
Tourism in Korcula
Tourism is one of the island's longest lasting traditions. Korcula is known for its high quality wines and for being the birthplace of great navigator Marco Polo. There are several small places scattered on the island, like Korcula, Vela Luka, Žrnovo, Pupnat, Čara i Račišće and each place has its own story and special charm. Choose a hotel or a private apartment of your choice and enjoy Kocula!.
History and culture of Korcula
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 it 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 Korcula and its inhabitants keep centuries old war games tradition called Moreska alive. These games are held every year on July 29, on the day of St. Todor. If you are looking for a hotel with a centrqal location, look no furhter as Hotel Korčula De La Ville**** is your top pick. Newly built Resort Port 9**** as well as Port 9 apartments**** are a great choice for families with children. In a little village called Brna you will find the most amazing Hotel Aminess Lume****