Korčula, reputed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo and one of Croatia’s many treasures, is an exquisite town which would be a crime not to visit, especially if you are staying in nearby Dubrovnik.
Our driver will take you up the coast from Dubrovnik, following a route that meanders through the vineyards and valleys of the Peljesac Peninsula (which is only joined to the mainland by a thin sliver of land) and finishes at the coastal town of Orebic. A trip to the island and city of Korčula is an ideal full-day excursion as it takes approximately 2 hours from Dubrovnik to Orebić and then around 20 mins by ferry across the channel to Korčula Town.
Our professional, licensed guide will then meet you off the ferry to take you on a tour of the city, its Old Towns and some of the more interesting museums. The price includes transfer to Orebić, ferry tickets, guide and museum entrances.
DURATION: full day
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– collection from your hotel by our English-speaking driver/guide
– private return transfer from Dubrovnik to Orebić with sedan car or people carrier with extra stops for sightseeing
– boat tickets
– local guide on Korčula
– entrances to the Bishop’s Treasury and Museum of Icons
– 3 course lunch on Korcula – 18 EUR per person.