Korcula Island

Island

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Korcula is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, south of the mainland's PeljeS┴ac peninsula.












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Lumbarda Marina
4.9

We moored up here originally only intending to stay one night while a strong Jugo wind system blew past but it brought rain the next day so we stayed put a second night. The marina staff are helpful and friendly, and the shower facilities very clean inside. Around the marina there are plenty places to eat, one small and a second larger market. The marina beach bar was not yet open for trade in May.

Lumbarda
5.0

Still early into the season but this little town is very pleasant. The Maestral bar/restaurant was welcoming with great views over the bay and marina. We found a small restaurant tucked away near the school with a terrace on the waters edge (Konobo More).

Korcula
5.0

We visited Korcula eRly in the season and didn’t find it too busy at all. It was a beautiful evening and we wondered around the meandering streets over a couple of hours. We found the outskirts of the city most interesting as they offered the best views. The inner restaurants seemed pleasant but you could almost be anywhere unless you find a table in one of the passage ways.

Korcula
3.8

Korcula was an amazing place to visit, so rich in history.





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Top Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages

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Lumbarda Marina
1 . Lumbarda Marina
3.7

This harbour (small marina) provides moorings with basic facilities.

Luka Banja Cove
2 . Luka Banja Cove
2.5

A series of small jetties for local boats. Anchoring to the east of the cove is more practical.

Vrbovica Cove
3 . Vrbovica Cove
2.5

This pretty little cove provides some natural shelter but limited space for visiting yachts.

Bacvica Cove
4 . Bacvica Cove
2.5

A pretty cove with a beach at the head offers some natural protection against winds, but like many coves on the southern side of the island it is exposed to the <a href=https://en.wikipedia.org/wik...

Bratinja Luka Cove
5 . Bratinja Luka Cove
2.5

A cove that spits into two beach heads offers limited space for anchoring.

Pavja Luka Cove
6 . Pavja Luka Cove
2.5

This pretty cove splits into two the west has a beach head and the east a tiny landing with a couple of overlooking houses.

Rasohatica Cove
7 . Rasohatica Cove
2.5

This cove is slightly longer than many on the southern coast of Korcula island. Two thirds of the way up the cove narrows and then splits into two beach heads with overlooking holiday homes.

Przina Cove
8 . Przina Cove
2.5

This beachy cove is wider than many along the south coast of Korcula island, it is the most western cove and only a short walk overland to Lumbarda.

Badija Island Bay
9 . Badija Island Bay
2.5

This picturesque setting is very popular. The three jetties to the south of the Badija islet offer the possibility to go ashore to the monastery.

Luka Cove
10 . Luka Cove
2.5

A busy ferry channel and a jetty for refuelling can be found here, options for anchoring are limited.

Uvala Cove
11 . Uvala Cove
2.5

South of Korcula town, this cove is full of local boats, but boasts a restaurant and taverna near the narrow end. The western quay offers an opportunity to go ashore only.

ACI Korcula Marina
12 . ACI Korcula Marina
2.5

This small marina on the south of the eastern side of the cathedral provides visiting yachts with good facilities to moor and visit the town.

Korculanska Bay
13 . Korculanska Bay
2.5

The bay to the west of the cathedral provides shore-side mooring and easy access to the pretty town of Korcula.

Babina Cove
14 . Babina Cove
2.5

The tiny jetty provides shelter for a handful of local small boats, but nothing for visiting yachts. Anchoring in the cove is only advisable during moderate winds.

Rasoha Cove
15 . Rasoha Cove
2.5

A pretty cove with some residences to the north.

Brna Quay
16 . Brna Quay
2.5

The shape of the bay provides natural shelter but there is no breakwater, the quay on the northern shore provides an opportunity to go ashore but no space for visiting yachts.

Zavalatica Cove
17 . Zavalatica Cove
2.5

The jetty provides limited protection to the head of the cove, but has limited space for visiting yachts.

Pupnatska Cove
18 . Pupnatska Cove
2.5

A pretty cove offers some protection against winds. The beach head has a tavern.

Mala Kneza Bay Harbour
19 . Mala Kneza Bay Harbour
2.5

This natural harbour is created by the Male Kneza islet combined with Korcula island, and may provide a good option for anchoring. The nearby town on the southern side of the bay has a series of je...

Prigradica Harbour
20 . Prigradica Harbour
2.5

The large breakwater extends half-way into the bay and provides good shelter for shore-side mooring. A supermarket is towards the head of the bay.

Gradina Cove
21 . Gradina Cove
2.5

This beautiful cove provides a series of natural defences to protect the onshore local boats and the occasional anchored yacht. Some buoys may also be found.

Vela Luka Harbour
22 . Vela Luka Harbour
2.5

The south-eastern shore provides mooring and access to supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, and bars. Further on round to the north it quickly becomes too shallow for yachts.

Tri Luka Coves
23 . Tri Luka Coves
2.5

Tri luka meaning three coves is very pretty. Each cove quickly narrows. The middle one has many residences overlooking the cove, while the west and eastern coves are less built up.

Grscica Cove
24 . Grscica Cove
2.5

This pretty cove has a series of tiny harbours for local boats. The quay to the southern side may be too shallow for yachts, while the quay to the northern shore near the restaurant is slightly dee...

Prizba Bay
25 . Prizba Bay
2.5

The eastern side of the outcrop is home to a tiny harbour for local fishing boats, while the bay provides some opportunity for anchoring.

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Top Towns

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Lumbarda
1 . Lumbarda
(South Dalmatia )
4.1

A large town on the eastern side of Korcula island just south of Korcula town. Lumbarda spreads around the coastline concentrated within the bay behind Otok Vrnik.

Korcula
2 . Korcula
(South Dalmatia )
3.8

Korcula is a beautiful medieval town, home of Marco Polo, overlooking the long winding peninsula that stretches north form the mainland. The stunning town is built on a small peninsula and accessib...

Vela Luka
3 . Vela Luka
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

Vela Luka is a large village in the Island of Korcula

Prigradica
4 . Prigradica
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A medium sized town on the north west coast of Korcula island in Croatia.

Potirna
5 . Potirna
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A village inset from the south western coast of Korcula island.

Prizba
6 . Prizba
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A small village, based around a small natural outcrop, on the southern coast of Korcula island.

Brna
7 . Brna
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A town surrounded by water on three sides on the southern side of Korcula island built largely around a natural outcrop within a large bay.

Pupnatska Luka
8 . Pupnatska Luka
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A tiny village set back from the coast with a winding road down to a beautiful cove on the southern side of Korcula island.

Medvinjak
9 . Medvinjak
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A small village neighbouring Korcula town to the east.

Zrnovska Banja
10 . Zrnovska Banja
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

This villages is nestled around a natural bay on the northern side of Korcula island. It is hidden from the sea by a small and narrow entrance.

Kneza
11 . Kneza
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A small village on the northern side of Korcula island overlooking Viganj on the mainland peninsula.

Racisce
12 . Racisce
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A village set around a natural bay on the northern side of Korcula island.

Babina
13 . Babina
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A small village at the base of a natural cove on the northern side of Korcula island.

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