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Reviewed yesterday

Very clean rooms, would have been good if air conditioner was in each room rather than just the one. Had to leave doors of bedroom open and not really effective due to location of unit. Breakfast was great, location amazing. Would be great place to...More

Thank StueyPerth
Reviewed 2 days ago

One of our favorite places in Croatia with such a beautiful Old Town and great sea view. This is an island for relaxation! Wonderful restaurants with great views! Several areas to swim and the island is not filled with a lot of tourists. We loved...More

Thank TwoGirlsTraveling617
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It was fabulous to join the annual Mask Festival on Saturday 30 June and benefit from the free entertainment, music and fireworks. We felt completely safe and welcomes by the locals who went to so much effort with their costumes.

Thank Jackieann21
Reviewed 6 days ago

Such a beautiful and historic small island with a very nice slow pace and tranquility. Great restaurants, beaches and multiple small towns to visit without the huge crowds!!

Thank Leon A
Reviewed 1 week ago

this was one of my favorite places out of many we visited in our 2 weeks in Croatia. Serene, beautiful views and as pretty as I've ever seen on the water..

Thank nsiniard
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a gorgeous island and relatively unspoilt as the number of tourists is small. The town of Korcula is where we stayed and in an apartment near the centre. This was perfect, we avoided eating in the overpriced restaurants on the terrace overlooking the...More

Thank Sus1952
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really amazing island that requires a few days to be able to do and see all the sights. Take the time to explore the small towns and natural beauty.

Thank Michele A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Grab a bathing suit, a towel and sun blocker and you will spend a really nice day at Korcula. The town is small enough to explore it in a couple of hours but is very charming. Visit the churches and climb to the St. Marks...More

Thank Carlos N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Korcula, only 1.5 hrs from Hvar. The owner of our Apartment met us at wharf and walks us to our digs. Very stylish. The best designed layout yet. Great pieces of artwork and the best shower & bathroom. It’s situated up a few steps from...More

Thank 514shannon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Took a private tour here with Tours by Sebastian (ask for Milli). Fun boat ride, toured the island which is the birthplace of Marco Polo. Stopped and had a delicious pizza after touring the island. All in all a fantastic day and worth the trip!

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Cruisinbob
27 February 2018|
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Response from Karin C | Reviewed this property |
We booked it from a pamphlet that was in the B&B we stayed at. Sorry but cannot remember the details. I'm sure the pamphlets are everywhere. Good Luck.
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susisage
11 February 2018|
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Response from shari w | Reviewed this property |
In my humble opinion, that is quite a lot for one day. I do not believe that is an option because of time and distance. I guess I wonder what your intentions are.....historical, food and drink, shopping, beach, ???
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Manu A
21 July 2017|
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Response from lonetreetraveler | Reviewed this property |
You're smart to walk the walls early because there will be slightly fewer people and it will be cooler. Then take some time to just walk around in town - up and down the little alley ways. Get away from the shopping... More
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