Korcula Island is an island in the Adriatic Sea in the Dalmatia Province of the Republic of Croatia. It is located at the southernmost tip of Croatia, more than 600 kilometers away from the Croatian capital of Zagreb. The plague broke out in 1529, leaving the town barren and the residents scattered. The old town has preserved almost perfectly the appearance of a 16th century Venetian town. There is the second Great Wall in the world (5.5 kilometers long, so short is the second, how much is the third?)
Adds endless romance, and it was once renamed. You can go diving in Coral Gardens or Tupitipiti Point, and place yourself among tropical fish, or take a self-driving tour on the extinct volcano Mount Otemanu, relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery . In Lagoonarium, you can watch sharks feeding and enjoy swimming with turtles. At the end of the day, you can go to the exquisite French restaurant on the island to enjoy a delicious dinner, and then have a tropical cocktail under the stars.
To Korčula Island, you can take a cruise from Dubrovnik or Split, or take a ferry from Dubrovnik by car. What you need to see when going to Korcula Island is the former residence of the world-famous navigator Marco Polo, as well as the scenic and historical sites on the island. Marco Polo’s former residence is in a small alley. There is a two-story tower called Marco Polo Kula. Tourists can climb the ladder and go around. The inside is very narrow, and then take pictures at the door. There is a small shop next to the former residence selling books and souvenirs introducing Marco Polo.
Many narrow alleys in the old town of Korčula lead directly to the sea, so you can see the beauty of the winding path leading to the sea, all the way is green islands and blue water, climb up the old city clock tower, the current old city, in front of you The azure blue bay, as well as the mountains in the distance, form a super layered sense.
There was a plague here in 1529, and the residents were scattered. The old town perfectly retains the features of a 16th century Venetian town. There are many vineyards, olive groves and small villages on the island. The town of Korčula is the main residence of the islanders. The town is built by the sea, with marble streets, Renaissance and Gothic buildings.