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Bell tower of the cathedral
The town of Korčula is not exactly a vacation destination, it's more like a popular place to visit in the course of day trips or tours. Its visitors come from Pelješac peninsula with ferry or boats, by boats from other areas of the Adriatic or on road from other places on Korčula Island. Of course, if someone would like to spend the holidays here, everything is available to make it a pleasant memory. A bunch of hotels, a resort and campsite are situated on the eastern side of the town, apartments and rooms for short term rentals are available all over the place.
The choice of beaches is somewhat limited in the town itself. There is no bigger beach in the town, there still are a couple of locations for bathing, like Luka Bay has a sandy beach below Camp Kalac. Banje Beach on the eastern side of the town is considered to be The beach in Korčula, it has gravel coast. Next to the southwestern corner of the old town one would find a small gravel beach, too, however, this one is very much urban. Going west towards the Dominican monastery there are small beaches with gravel entrances to the sea. Those who prefer large beaches would go to Lumbarda for its sandy, yet crowded beaches. For more relaxing places one would head to west and visit places like Kneže, Račišće, or, get to Pupnatska Luka through Žrnovo.
Korčula has a status of a town, so, it's equipped with services, shops and amenities. Korčula offers dozens of restaurants and bars, mainly concentrated in the old town, serving Dalmatian and international food.Please take a look around on our site - you can read details about Korčula's features on our pages:
Korčula from east, from the sea
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