10 Things to Do in Korcula Island That You Shouldn't Miss

Discover the best top things to do in Korcula Island, Croatia including Korcula Old City, Pupnatska Luca Beach, Proizd Island, St. Mark's Cathedral, Manina Shop, Kocje, Lovric Winery, Vela Przina Beach, Popic Winery, Ethnographic collection Barilo.

1. Korcula Old City

Korcula Island, Croatia Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Excellent
69%
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Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 1169 reviews

Korcula Old City

Reviewed By Marija B

Extraordinary, wonderful, amazing, stunning

It is not possible to describe the beauty of old town of Korcula. Time has stopped there... authentic stone fortresses, houses, streets... you just have to visit Korcula. It is not only heritage of rich history dating from old Greeks and Odyssey when this

2. Pupnatska Luca Beach

Pupnatska Luca, Korcula Town, Korcula Island, Croatia Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, Beaches
Excellent
57%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 311 reviews

Pupnatska Luca Beach

Reviewed By ChrisB090 - UKUK

Great beach but you need nerves of steel for the drive

We came to this beach and we were warned by our hotel about the drive. No words of warning can come close to the terror of the drive! But it was worthwhile. Lovely beach with clear water ideal for swimming and for lazing in the sun. The drive back was eas

3. Proizd Island

Vela Luka, Korcula Island, Croatia Nature & Parks, Islands
Excellent
74%
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14%
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4.5 based on 175 reviews

Proizd Island

Reviewed By BeatriceRambaldi - Brescia, ItalyBrescia, Italy

Wonderful and wild!

You can get to the island of Proiz by boat (taxi boat 'Muro') for 60 kunas to there and back. The place is amazing and wild, beaches are wonderful and relaxing...the water is superb. Just a little low: too many bees! We have been literally haunted by them

4. St. Mark's Cathedral

Trg Svetog Marka, Korcula Town, Korcula Island, Croatia Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
Excellent
41%
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45%
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4.5 based on 301 reviews

St. Mark's Cathedral

Reviewed By Carol A S - Marietta, GeorgiaMarietta, Georgia

Gothic-Renaissance cathedral with intricate stone work

St. Mark's Cathedral is built in Gothic-Renaissance style from local Korcula limestone, replacing an older church on the site from the 13th century. Construction started in the mid-1400s and was completed in 1525. Detailed stone embellishments reflect the

5. Manina Shop

vl. Roka 7, Korcula Island, Croatia Shopping, Museums, Art Galleries
Excellent
75%
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25%
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5 based on 4 reviews

Reviewed By stevesol6718 - New York City, New YorkNew York City, New York

Interesting Homemade Fashion Jewelry

There are two Manina Shops. One is run by a sister and it has clothes and other items. The other is run by the brother and specializes in very unique jewelry. The bracelets and earring are all handmade out of aluminum and semi precious stones. All one of

6. Kocje

Korcula Island, Croatia Nature & Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Kocje

Reviewed By bonnie b - Boston, MassachusettsBoston, Massachusetts

Special, Romantic Island -- Go!

Korcula is a very special, romantic island that I highly recommend. There's plenty to do and see -- or simply relax with a gelato and people watch.

7. Lovric Winery

Lumbarda 217, Lumbarda, Korcula Island 20263, Croatia Food & Drink, Wineries & Vineyards
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5 based on 24 reviews

Lovric Winery

We are a family owned winery in Lumbarda that produces wine by generations. We offer two premium wines - white wine Grk and red wine Plavac. Feel free to visit us.

Reviewed By Mebrunome - Milan, ItalyMilan, Italy

GRK!

Fabulous local wine tasted in this little winery.A young engeneer teached us all the secrets about this amazing island and its magic wine.He should enlarge his place for more people, since it has just 2 tables and a bar.Prices are more than fair.

8. Vela Przina Beach

Lumbarda, Korcula Island, Croatia Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, Beaches
Excellent
28%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 142 reviews

Vela Przina Beach

Reviewed By 251Gearsy251 - United KingdomUnited Kingdom

Okay- clean and stony

Okay, having read some bad reviews I decided to take a chance and visit. It's a small beach and it is stony (like many Croatian beaches). The water is clean but can be cloudy with sand as the prevailing wind whips the currents up on this side of the islan

9. Popic Winery

Mala postrana, 475, Lumbarda, Korcula Island 20263, Croatia Food & Drink, Wineries & Vineyards
Excellent
84%
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5 based on 6 reviews

Popic Winery

Reviewed By femtiotre - Sundsvall, SwedenSundsvall, Sweden

Beautiful view

Nice family ownd winery with a beautiful view. We took bycicle from Korcula, it took us about 20 minutes. Good service. I paid about 50 kn for a tasting included white grk, rosé, red and liquer/ or grappa. The rosé was interesting. Popic and GRK winary is

10. Ethnographic collection Barilo

90. Ulica broj 10 | Blato na Korčuli, Korcula Island 20271, Croatia Museums, History Museums, Specialty Museums
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5 based on 2 reviews

Reviewed By BajaLj - Ljubljana, SloveniaLjubljana, Slovenia

Unique experience of the life on Korčula

Collection offers a great experience of the island and shows the life and the costumes of the ancestors. What I really loved is the owner! She explains everything with great love and enthusiasm, she shows her amazing herbal garden and knows all great reci

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