A preserved polished diamond, which was first mentioned already in the tenth century and developed its beauty during the fifteenth and sixteenth century by the construction of residential architecture in the Gothic - Renaissance style. Almost all the facades in the old town of Korcula are adorned with the coats of arms of Korcula nobles, city princes and bishops. Korcula is known throughout history for its shipbuilding, stone masonry and the world traveler Mark Polo, who was born in Korcula and whose real life is still a mystery. Korcula is also world-renowned for its knight game "Moreška" where white king Osman and black king Moro fight for the love of a girl, the tradition of which has been maintained and nurtured for 500 years.
What to expect from boat tour to Korčula
Being like Marco Polo and pushing yourself into an adventure may not be easy, but don't be afraid! The Deck & Cheers boat tour, with the assistance of the captain, will take you on a journey and facilitate your exploration of the history of the island and the old town of Korcula. It is up to you to decide to move. Free Deck & Cheers Pick up will simplify the transfer to your boat tour. Don’t forget sunscreen! On the sea, we will pass by the beautiful Elaphite islands where we will take a break and anchor in one of the picturesque bays. As you swim in the crystal clear sea surrounded by lush vegetation, the Captain will make a Deck & Cheers welcome cocktail. After refreshment, we continue our way through the Mljet channel between the Peljesac peninsula and the island of Mljet straight to the island of Korčula. The journey to Korcula takes about 2:30 h + (depending on weather conditions and stops). When we arrive and set foot on the island, your exploration begins.
A stroll through the old town will enchant you with its beauty and the spirit of the ancient past. When you get tired, choose one of the many great restaurants and enjoy the seafood delivered fresh every day by Korcula fishermen, match food with good local wine and be sure to taste some of the traditional Korcula desserts. Once you've explored the history, taste and aroma of Korcula Island, it's time to head back to Dubrovnik. If we have time, we can visit some of the numerous Pelješac or Elaphite bays on our way and rest with a glass of good Pelješac wine on the deck. Voila! It is nearly the end of your boat tour. Like in the beginning, Deck & Cheers will take care of your return to your accommodation.
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