Honeymoon to Korcula

How to plan a delightfully romantic honeymoon to Korcula Island

Your honeymoon shouldn’t just be a great holiday. It should be an epic trip of a lifetime. After the craziness of planning a wedding, you want the honeymoon to be stress free and full of awesome memories. There’s lots to consider: how long to go for, the budget and most importantly, where to go. Recently Read More


Villages of Korcula – Smokvica

 About Smokvica Inhabited since Greek and Roman times, the small village of Smokvica sits in the centre of Korcula Island. Houses are dotted up and down the hill-side and fertile vineyards lay at the base growing the delicious local white wine Posip. Olive trees also grow in an abundance in the area and during the Read More


Where to stay in Korcula Town?

One of the most important parts of planning any holiday is deciding where to stay. For people visiting Korcula Island we most often get asked about where to stay in Korcula Town. As the main hub on the island, it’s the most popular place to stay.  Staying in Korcula Town – The Pros Public transport Read More


Family Holiday on Korcula

It is great to see Korcula receiving well deserved press coverage at the moment, especially the Daily Mirror’s article on a family holiday in Lumbarda. Korcula Island is a wonderful place to bring children, epitomised by our 9 year old niece who visited us last year; after being terrified to try snorkelling, by the end Read More


Korcula Explorer Holiday Goodies

To enhance the service we currently offer at Korcula Explorer, we have decided to introduce “Holiday Goodies”. The idea being that any guest who books their accommodation through Korcula Explorer will have the opportunity to order some Goodies before their holiday, which we will place in their accommodation awaiting their arrival. We have put a Read More


Spring skip to Korcula!

“Awake, thou wintry earth – Fling off thy sadness! Fair vernal flowers, laugh forth Your ancient gladness! ~” Thomas Blackburn, “An Easter Hymn” Slowly we are edging out of what has been a for many a very cold and snowy winter and in a couple of weeks we will welcome the official start of Spring. Read More

Korcula today

Live like a local in Korcula Old Town

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 Read More


Žrnovo – Korčula’s rural side

Head 3km inland from Korčula old town and you will arrive at the very quiet and rural village of Žrnovo. The four rustic hamlets that make up Žrnovo sprawl amongst the green hillsides, randomly dotted by red-roofed houses and quaint old churches. The area provides for the walking enthusiast, the nature lover, a restful retreat Read More


A budget holiday to Korčula

Can holidaymakers spend a week on Croatia’s greenest and most beautiful island without it costing a fortune? Of course they can! Mother Nature provides for all travellers to Korčula at no cost. You don’t have to pay for the stunning views or to swim in the clearest of seas and these are two essentials any Read More


Private Accommodation vs Hotels

The Island of Korcula’s best accommodation has to be found in private apartments, rooms and houses. Not only are they comfortable, clean and great value, but you will also be welcomed by warm and gracious hosts. Located in idyllic holiday settings with stunning views, compliments of Mother Nature, you will not be disappointed. An apartment is Read More