01 Jan - 27 Mar: Friday
28 Mar - 17 Oct: Monday & Friday
18 Oct - 31 Dec: Friday
Approx. 10 hoursStart time
This is a full day tour, the exact start time will be confirmed depending on your hotel location. Please provide your hotel details while booking.Meeting Point
Your hotel in Dubrovnik. (We would require your hotel details in order to arrange your pick up. If you do not have this information at the time of booking, please contact the local activity operator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details)Ending Point
Your hotel in Dubrovnik
Enjoy a stunning drive along the delicate Dalmatian Coast, and take a boat to the medieval village of Korcula, where red-roofed homes look out over a piercing blue sea. See why Greeks have vacationed on this paradisiacal island for more than 2,000 years.
Tour a magnificent Cathedral from the Gothic period and view the evocative religious art at the Treasury. Enjoy free time to wander down Korcula’s narrow medieval streets and explore its range of museums.
Stop for a memorable wine tasting on the Pelješac Peninsula and see the fortified town of Ston, which is encircled by the second largest defensive wall in Europe.
You will be picked up in an air-conditioned coach/minibus from your hotel in Dubrovnik. Your guide will lead this Island of Korcula Tour in English, German, French, and Italian.
Drive along the beautiful Dalmatian Coast, savoring views of the Adriatic on one side and pine-clad hills on the other.
Stop for lunch at the Bella Vista restaurant, which sits at the gateway to the Pelješac peninsula. Enjoy local flavor while you look out over the Prapratno cove, which has some of the finest white sand beaches in Croatia.
Arrive in Orebic, a picturesque hamlet at the foot of the St. Elias Hills, and board the boat to Korcula Island, which has passed through Greek, Slavic, and Venetian hands in its colorful history.
Take a guided tour of lovely Korcula, with stops at Saint Mark Cathedral, a 15th century exemplar of Gothic Renaissance architecture, and the Abbey Treasury next door, which contains a fine collection of sacred art, including a sketch by Leonardo da Vinci.
You will have a couple hours of free time to explore the island, walking beneath honey-colored stone ramparts that have stood their ground against the sieges of centuries and exploring the town’s array of art and history museums.
Sail back to Orebic and reboard the coach, setting out anew for the Pelješac Peninsula, where you will stop at a local wine cellar for a tasting of the local nectar.
Disembark for a brief time in the town of Ston, where extensive ramparts conceal a charming collection of cafes and historical ruins.
You will return by coastal road to your Dubrovnik hotel.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
This was an excellent tour. Guide on coach gave lots of interesting local information as we travelled to Ferry-excellent command of English and German language. Convenient stop...
I took several tours while in Dubrovnik and this was by far the best. So well organized and the island was a dream come true. Highly recommend it. Maria was a great tour gu...
This was a great day out from Dubrovnik and a chance to see the wonderful coastline. The guide gave a great commentary on the journey and the Island of Korcula was lovely....
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