Visit inside our island Korcula places like Vela Luka, Blato, Prižba, Prigradica, Brna, Smokvica, Čara, Pupnat, Žrnovo, Lumbarda and Korčula. Taste great vine and visit popular where you can taste some vines like Grk, Pošip or Rukatac.


This cave is situated on the hillock Pinski rat, located 130 m above Kale cove. This is the most recessed part of Vela Luka bay. A source of drinkable water was once located below the cave, on the lower slope leading to the bay. The first excavation was conducted by Marinko Gjivoje 1951. More serious work started in 1952 under the academician Grga Novak, and since 197, the cave has been systematically researched by a group of archaeologists led by Božidar Cecuk. So far, only around 200 m of soil has been excavated and examined. However, results confirm that this is one of the richest and the most significant Mediterranean cave archaeological sites.

Finds reflect occupations from the end of the Palaeolithic through the middle of the Bronze Age. Because of the diverse and significant amount of archaeological materials, Vela spila is exceptional when compared to similar sites cave sites throughout the Mediterranean. Furthermore, 20,000 years of continuous settlement make this cave ideal for studying intercultural relations and connections. Research and protection of this important site will continue into the future.


Proizd Island is one of the most beautiful small islands that you can find in Croatia. It is renowned for its amazing blue color of the sea. It is located near the island of Korcula in the southern part of Croatia and descended on it daily especially guests of Vela Luka. On the island you can go for a day or half-day trip to the local shipping, which did not always meet your schedule, but you have no other choice than to rely on them.

This island is exclusively designed for fun in the water. You can find beautiful swim, swim or snorkel. The island is a kind of swimming pool where very clean beaches, which are covered with fine pebbles or stones. Outside the beach there is a stunning view of the surrounding countryside coves and clear seawater, which is clear and free of hedgehogs.


The main resorts are Korcula Town (people call it “Little Dubrovnik” because of its medieval squares, churches, palaces and houses), Vela Luka and Lumbarda. There’s also smaller towns and villages dotted around on the island for those looking for a more secluded holiday.

Korcula is one of Croatia’s most treasured islands although, perhaps somewhat surprisingly, not quite as popular as some of its slightly more northern counterparts, such as Brac and Hvar. This may be because the island is a little further away to get to (both from Split or Dubrovnik) and some of the most convenient ferry services to the island only run in summer.


Lumbarda is a small fishermen's village located on the eastern end of the Island of Korčula, few kilometers away from the town of Korcula, in Croatia. A road passing through a picturesque area of pine woods and olive groves connects these two places.

Lumbarda is surrounded by sandy vineyards with well known white wine 'Grk' produced from the local grape and sandy beaches Vela Przina, Bilin Zal and Tatinja.


Medieval little town with whose history reaches back as far as the 14th century.It is a small town with the longest stone wall in Europe(5,5km),with narrow quiet streets,noble ancient houses and with traces of ancient cultures.

Its former value as a „salt city“ gets confirmed even today in the plants of the oldest active salt-works in the world.These saltworks have remained faithfull to the tradition and to the natural way of salt production which has not changed since remote ages.

The gulf of Mali Ston with places Mali Ston,Hodilje,Luka,Duba has a clean and natural environment.It has been well-known for its mussel and oysters-growing farm since Roman times,and the oysters from Ston(ostrea edulis),as an acknowledged natural aphrodisiac has made this region world-famous.

Bay Prapratno with its centuries old olives tress,Mediterrean macchia thickets and clean sandy beaches and the site of one of the lovelist camps in this region.
In Ston channel protected from the wind settled, two small towns  Kobaš and Broce known for nautical tourism.
The Pelješac peninsula has,since ancient times,been adorned with grape vine plantations,and wine production has a long tradition and is one of the most important commercial activities.


The over a thousand year old history of Dubrovnik is visible in every part of this city. The city is a living museum and a live stage, and has an ideal connection between its historical past and the modern day. It is surrounded by medieval walls that are 1940 metres long and are preserved in their original form. They are open to visitors and are the city’s greatest attraction. Since 1979 the town has been under UNSECO protection.

Dubrovnik is mainly a cultural destination, which asides from monuments of interest, offers a series of cultural events and festivals. Dubrovnik is a destination where you can enjoy a rest, and has extremely good air connections with all the larger European centres. Dubrovnik is a city that charms, a city that you fall in love with and always return to like new, to discover more unique experiences.


The most beautiful and most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls of the Mediterranean.  Untouched nature, the island's mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests are ideal places to research the rich flora and fauna, and to peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings.

It was already mentioned in the fourth century BC in Greek writing, and the numerous Greek amphora and shipwrecks along the coast of Mljet are evidence that Greek sailors stayed on the shores of Mljet during their journeys.

Mljet National Park makes up most of the island, and there are several villages, two salt water lakes - Veliko and Malo jezero, and a Benedictine monastery on the island of sv. Marija [St. Mary] . In Polače there are some of the best natural anchorages in the Adriatic.

Preserved from the Illyrian period, there are many fortifications and tombs, and the best preserved are those on the hill of Veliki Gradac, Veliko jezero and the fortress at Vodice, above the water source at Vodice at Babino Polje. The Roman Palace, which is the largest after Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the Arena in Pula, is a part of the valuable heritage of the island of Mljet.