Sping Walking on Korcula

Spring Walking on Korcula Island

“The beautiful spring came; and when Nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” Spring has burst through Winter bringing with it record temperatures in Croatia. After the untypical VERY cold Winter in Dalmatia, which saw snow fall on Korcula Island and Dubrovnik, the sunny weather is very welcome. We’ve mentioned Read More

Things to do with Kids Korcula - Family Holiday

Top 10 Things To Do with the Kids on Korcula

An important part of any family holiday is spending quality time together. However, keeping the children entertained at the same time can sometimes be a challenge. We’ve got some great ideas of things to do with the kids during your family holiday to Korcula to ensure everyone stays happy. A splash and a splosh Korcula Read More


A ride amongst the olive trees

We’ve been making the most of the Korcula sun and have spent our last few weekends exploring Lumbarda. Our outings have led us to discover some fanastic walking and cycling paths which weave their way around never ending olive groves and vineyards. The area is so peaceful, only the sound of the tyres crunching of the stone paths Read More


Sunny sunday afternoon in Korcula

How amazing is the weather at the moment? After the cold and snowy winter (well Korcula just had a few flakes but that’s enough for a sunshine island), we are now basking in glorious sun. Not that I’m wanting rain, but I do think the plants deserve a drop before summer kicks in and hopefully Read More


Show me dramatic scenary, spectacular view points and scenic villages in Korcula

We always encourage people to step onto the less beaten track and love to help people visiting Korcula do that. We were contacted recently by a group who certainly put us to the test, with some tough criteria to arrange a tour to explore Korcula. With only a short time on the island, the tour Read More


Winter walking on Korcula

Life in Korcula during the winter is a real contrast to the liveliness of the summer. Most restaurants, shops and attractions are closed out of the “main holiday” season and local people disappear between the walls of their houses to hibernate. But it is during this period we get the time and opportunity to explore Read More