Korcula, the largest in the chain of Dalmatian islands, is an island of quiet coves and sandy beaches. With scenic drives along the southeast coastline Korcula is also one of the less touristy islands in the region.
The birthplace of Marco Polo, Korcula town with its Venetian influences, juts out over the sea, its walled town and red roves reminiscent of the 'pearl of the Adriatic', Dubrovnik, albeit on a smaller scale.
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Idyllic beaches, ancient ruins and some serious old warm charm are just some of the highlights of this tried-and-tested journey along Croatia's sensational Dalmatian Coast.
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