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Korcula and Peljesac

Discover the idyllic island of Korcula and the panoramic peninsula of Peljesac during this day trip along the Dalmatian coast. An island on the Croatian Adriatic, Korcula is, without a doubt, a special island full of folklore and legends. Reputedly the birthplace of the world famous explorer Marco Polo, the island proclaims a proud naval heritage as well as distinctive traditions in arts and music. Enjoy traversing the narrow streets, to find beautiful churches and palaces, in one of the most beautiful places on the Mediterranean. Uncover historical monuments on the island that tell of legends and stories about the history and character of the distinctive island people. As famous stonemasons, shipbuilders and sailors, the people of Korcula have left traces all over the world, but the best of their talent and craftsmanship they left for their own land. The island’s culture also has strong roots in the area of artistic expression, with sword dancing and a cappella singing still practised today. Following your tour of Korcula, you can try out one of the local restaurants or simply relax with a swim. On the way back to Dubrovnik you will visit the famous wine cellar of Peljesac to taste some of the local wine characteristic of this region. Known for its grape vines, olives and fruit, and of course fishing, the region holds much to sample and taste during your day exploring. Discover the idyllic island of Korcula and the panoramic peninsula of Peljesac during this day trip along the Dalmatian coast. An island on the Croatian Adriatic, Korcula is, without a doubt, a special island full of folklore and legends. Reputedly the birthplace of the world famous explorer Marco Polo, the island proclaims a proud naval heritage as well as distinctive traditions in arts and musi Meeting/pick-up point: At the reception of the customers' hotel. Customers must call 48 hours before in order to confirm their pick up time. Duration: Approximately 11 hours. Start or opening time: Available on Wednesday (English and German) and Thursday (French), the tour departs at 7.45am approximately. End or closing time: Around 6.45pm.