The island of Korčula belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago, separated from the Pelješac peninsula by a narrow Strait of Pelješac. This enchanting island is most known for the ancient sword dances Moreska and Kumpanija, crystal clear sea, lush hidden bays, wines, culture, history, and the booming gastro scene. With Korčula Town as an administrative center on one side and Vela Luka on the other side of the island, there are at least 7 other villages and small places that are worth visiting and exploring
Things to do
Explore Korcula's budding gastro scene
Mimi’s Bistro restaurant is located in Žrnovska Banja in close proximity to DIVA KORCULA VILLA. The menu is guided by locally sourced seafood and seasonal produce paired with the finest selection of wines in the area.
Lesic Dimitri Restaurant
Michelin Starred Restaurant in Korcula Old Town. LD celebrates the traditional food of the sea, navigating the seasons faithfully with bold flavors from Head Chef Marko Gajski who is connected to Korčula’s indigenous seasonal produce.
Konoba Maha is built in the middle of nature which creates a unique dining experience. Using domestic ingredients Maha brothers prepare traditional dishes in a modern way.
Adio Mare Tavern
Family tavern founded in 1974. Food is prepared with fresh Korčula ingredients and is cooked on the barbecue. A unique location for a unique gastronomy experience.