Excursions

Moreška - evening program

A visit to Korčula without the seeing Moreška dance is not complete. The origin of the dance is believed to be Spain and is reminiscent of the expulsion of the Moors from that country. Today's Moreška is definitely one of the most attractive sword dances you can see in Europe. Witness the battle between the two kings and their armies over the beautiful princess Bula. The battle symbolises a universal message for victory of Good over Evil and for the victory of eternal love.

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  • 10 € per person
  • Monday and Thursday from 18.00 PM

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Riviera cruise

A cruise around the twenty small islands of the Korčula archipelago wil lintroduce you to the beauty of the island's coastline. The islet of Vrnik is known for it's tradition of stone masonry from the ancient times and the stone from the island has been used for construction of some of the most valuable churches and palaces in Korčula and Dubrovnik but also many buildings around the world. On the islet of Majsan there are ancient excavations. Our final destination is Lumbarda with it's sandy beaches and excellent wines, a place of artists, stone masons and fishermen. On the way back we will visit Badija, the largest islet, with it's church, monastery and cloister from the 15th century.

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  • 17 € per person
  • Every day

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The island of Mljet - full day tour

The island of Mljet is the greenest of all Mediterranean islands and it's western part is declared a national park. The two small lakes - Veliko and Malo - connected with a channel are a true natural phenomenon.The salinity in the lakes is slightly lower than the sea and the water temperature is round 4C higher. In the larger lake there is a small islandon which there is a Benedictine monastery from the 12th century. The church has been reconstructed and the monastery is today partly a restaurant.Enjoy swimming in the lakes, walking, biking and if you wish have lunch in one of the fine local restaurants.

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  • 100-150 € per person
  • Every day from 6.00 AM

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