The island is serrated by a number of isles and inlets, and a typical hallmark of the island is its thick vegetation. On all sides, you can take pleasure in swimming on countless beaches, diving in an deep blue world of the sea.
The city Korčula is a multifunctional center of the island, still being one of the best retained cities dating back to the Middle Ages in the Mediterranean. Something exceptional, that you can see only on this beautiful island, is Moreška, one of three chivalrous dances danced within Korčula. Korčula is also claimed to be the place, where one of the greatest traveler in the history, Marco Polo, was bron. The house of his birth is situated in the center of the old town.Along its north coast, Korcula sports a necklace of pretty bays like Zrnovska Banja and Vrbovica whose small pebble beaches shelve gently into the clear Adriatic waters. Sand purists head for the south coast where they find beaches like the family-friendly Plaza Przina. It’s flush with beach bars and has plenty of sunloungers to go around. Divers, on the other hand, head to the westernmost town of Vela Luka where the island’s best underwater sites are a stone’s throw away.