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HOTELS

Hotel Korcula

Skip the overexposed island of Hvar for the walled medieval village on the Adriatic island of Korcula, purported home to Marco Polo. Korcula is more of a day-trip destination, and that means the... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Adio Mare

East of Old Town’s main square, this small seafood restaurant is located on the first floor of a Gothic-Renaissance house dating from the 15th century. The stoned-walled dining room has a high... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Caffe Bar Arula

This tiny outdoor café near Plokata Square serves cakes, pastries, and ice cream. Overlooking the Peljesac Channel, the terrace is surrounded by a planter wall filled with flowers and has rows... more ›


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