“Korčula enchants the senses with its timeless beauty and casts an everlasting spell of wonder on those who choose this place for yachting. The old city od famous explorer Marco Polo is surrounded by walls and it often called little Dubrovnik. It is favorite among yacht lovers who love to escape the crowds and enjoy in privacy and beauty this island offers. Immerse yourself in Korčula’s narrow walkways and discover adorned palaces and elegant houses, and glorious Adriatic sunset from the comfort of your yacht.”

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THE BEST PRIVATE MARINAS, PORTS OR ANCHOR POINTS

You have 2 options on where & how you can start your cruise.

Private Marinas: is the most comfortable option. The driver takes you more or less in front of your gulet. You get on board in a nice and smooth fashion, no crowds and everything is calm and relaxed. However, in general, private marinas are more expensive then if you start your cruise in a port. (Your option in Korčula: ACI marina Korčula, Marina Lumbarda)

Ports: are usually crowded with lots of people and other ships, yachts & motor sailors. But the locations are best! You step out of the gulet and you are in the heart of the city. If this is what you like, it is perfect. (Your option in Korčula:  Korčula Harbour, Vela Luka, Račišće)

MOST POPULAR CHOICES:

Korčula

ACI Marina Korčula

ACI Marina Korčula is situated right next to its historic centre. The town is 130 kilometres from Dubrovnik’s Ćilipi Airport, and in the summer the island has good ferry connections to Orebić on the Pelješac peninsula to Split, Rijeka, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Lastovo, Hvar, and to Drvenik and the Italian towns of Ancona and Pescara. There are fast catamaran services to Lastovo, Hvar, and Split throughout the year, and to Dubrovnik in the summer.

Korčula - panorama

Port of Korčula

Korčula port is located in the very centre of Korčula. It’s easy walking distance to all the best buildings and attractions of this medieval town. Most of the large cruise liners actually dock just outside of the port in the area of Sveti Nikola and ferry passengers into the main port in their orange and white tenders. Walking around the port as well as the town is easy – you don’t need to use public transport.

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INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT KORČULA:

1) The old town city walls from above look like a fish bone!
2) An amazing location to stay if you want to visit natural park Kornati
3) It’s Full of nightlife and amazing restaurants
4) Newly discovered pearl