The charms of staying in a Croatian medieval old town can be fully enjoyed on Korcula Island.
During the midst of winter you can walk through the town and not see a single soul, but the signs of life are still there; washing on lines above your head drying in the wind, lights on through the windows, or the occasional cat munching on the contents of its bowl outside a front door.
So, does the old town make a good place to stay during your holiday on Korcula?
My thoughts are, yes perfect for some, but not for all. It is a once in a life time experience with many draws….
- almost all holiday accommodation within the old town are centuries old, but have been renovated to meet modern standards,
- not being overrun with places to stay, there is an exclusive feel,
- restaurants, shops, museums and historical buildings are just a stone’s throw away,
- several apartments have sea views or a terrace, where you can sit and enjoy breakfast or a drink in the evening.
Anyone who stays within the old town walls will feel the historic atmosphere and, day and night the “feel good” vibe of life around town. So why not experience the heart of Korcula during your holiday?