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Make Korcula your base for longer than just a 2 or 3 night hop-over. It's position puts it in a perfect spot to take a few day trips to nearby top Dalmatian destinations. We have some fantastic accommodation ideal for longer stays.
Located just a 30 minute high speed boat trip from Korcula, a visit to the beautiful
national park island of Mljet should be top on your day trip list.
What to do on on Mljet?
Take a boat trip around the great lake to the monastery island
Hire a bike and cycle to a remote bay for swimming
Hire a kayak and paddle around the small and large lake
Enjoy the underwater world and book a scuba diving lesson
Visit Odysseus cave who allegedly meet the Nymph, Calypso here
How to get to Mljet from Korcula Island?
Visiting Orebic makes an easy day trip from Korcula as the town is located just across the Peljesac channel on the mainland. From here you can also travel along the Peljesac coastline to some of the other villages such as Viganj.
What to do on in Orebic?
Relax and swim at one of the main beaches dotted along the waterfront
Bounce around on the water inflatables at the family friendly beach Prapratno
Visit Korta Katarina winery and enjoy a luxurious wine tasting
Hire bikes and cycle along the coastline to Viganj where you can hang out at the lively beach bar or take a wind surfing lesson
How to get to Orebic from Korcula Island?
The main road through the Peljesac peninsula to Ston is lined by many excellent wineries offering tastings of the premium wines grown in the area. Ston itself is a historic and picturesque town with many things to do.
What to do on in Ston & on the Peljesac?
Known as the "European Wall of China" walk the impressive 5.5km of the Ston Wall
Visit the Ston salt mines
Taste the fresh oysters pulled straight out of the sea in Mali Ston
Take or walk or hike along one of the old Napoleonic roads through the Peljesac peninsula
The area is famous for Dingac red wine. There are many wineries you can wine taste at including Bartulovic and Saint Hills
How to get to Ston & the Peljesac from Korcula Island?
Hire a car from Korcula, take the car ferry to Orebic and drive to Ston, enjoying the scenic route & wineries on the way (SCHEDULE)
Book a private driver so you can make the most of the wine tasting!
Or include a stop on the way to or from Dubrovnik Town/Dubrovnik Airport. Ask us about private transfer options.
The boat ride alone from Korcula to Lastovo is stunning (and you might get lucky to spot a dolphin). Lastovo is an archipelago, the main island also named Lastovo. With stunning coves and an interesting town centre to explore, it makes a fun day trip from Korcula.
What to do on on Lastovo?
Wander amongst the old stone houses located in Lastovo town built upon a steep slope
Climb the fort for fantastic panoramic views over the whole of Lastovo village
Take advantage of the well marked cycling and walking paths across the island and explore nature
Relax and snorkel at one of the small bays on the island, including Pasadur, Zaklopatica or Skrivena Luka
Book a scuba diving lesson and go in search of sealife and shipwrecks
How to get to Lastovo from Korcula Island?
Despite its reputation as a party island, Hvar also prides itself on its history, culture and wine. You'll arrive at Hvar town where you can easily spend the day or explore the island in more depth.
What to do on on Hvar?
Visit the Paklini Islands for some relaxing beach time
Climb the fort for amazing views over Hvar Town
Explore St Stephen's Square
Stop off at The Wine Bar - Tri Prsuta to sample the local varietals
Hire a scooter and visit some of the more remote parts of the island such as Stari Grad, Jelsa or Vrboska
How to get to Hvar from Korcula Island?
It's an early start but you can take the 06:00 catamaran operated by Jadrolinija and spend a full day in Hvar (SCHEDULE)
As Croatia's second largest city, Split has a great vibe and is truly representive of local life in Dalmatia. With a fascinating historical centre, a range of restaurants and bars and beaches, it offers plentry to do during a day trip from Korcula.
What to do on in Split?
Sip coffee at one of the cafe bars along the Riva and watch the world go by
Explore Diocletians palace and basements, the once palatial home of a Roman Emperor
Enjoy a delicious home cooked and traditional lunch at Vela Spiza
Get closer to nature with a walk through Marjan park
Sample the delicious produce grown and made by the hands of locals at the green market
How to get to Split from Korcula Island?
It's an early start but you can take the 06:00 catamaran operated by Jadrolinija and spend a full day in Split (SCHEDULE)
The most well known and visited place in Croatia, the UNESCO world heritage site of Dubrovnik is a true spectacle. Beach options are more limited but you'll probably want to spend your time exploring the Old Town whilst visiting.
What to do on in Dubrovnik?
Walk the Old Town walls and peer down into the streets and alleyways
Take a boat and visit the Island of Lokrum, located just off the shore of Dubrovnik
Ride the cable car up Mount Srd for awesome views over Dubrovnik Old Town
Find the secret hole in the wall and stop off at the Buza bar for a drink with an unbeatable view
Mark off the Game of Thrones landmarks as you wander around the old city
How to get to Dubrovnik from Korcula Island?
It'll be a short visit, but you can take the catamaran operated by Kapetan Luka (SCHEDULE)
Hire a car and take a scenic drive along the Peljesac to Dubrovnik (approx. 2 hour drive from Orebic)
Before you decide to leave Korcula, have you discovered all that is amazing on the island?
Why not experience an insider's view of Korcula Island on one of our tours.