Korčula is one of the larger of the 1,000 + islands that make up Croatia's coastline. It lies between Dubrovnik and Split and is a wonderful base to explore the Pelješac peninsula and other islands in South Dalmatia. It has a rich history and strong local culture, especially in music, arts, wine and olive oil production.
Lešić Dimitri Palace is hidden within the walls of the medieval town of Korčula, with its winding alleyways, terracotta-tiled houses and tiny churches, next door to the house of Marco Polo and only a stone’s throw from the crystal clear Adriatic Sea.
Discover delightful vineyards, charming villages, secluded beaches and historic buildings. Indulge in wine, olive oil and oyster tasting sessions and courtesy of the palace’s sailing yachts, explore the surrounding islands.
London: 2.5 hours, Paris: 2.5 hours, Vienna: 1.5 hours, Frankfurt: 1.5 hours, Rome: 1 hour, Stockholm: 3 hours
From Split - by car: 3,5 hours / by speed boat: 3 hours
From Dubrovnik - by car: 2.5 hours / by speed boat: 2.5 hours