Erin Explores

by Erin Elaine

Korčula (Sail Croatia Part II)

The next stop on my week with Sail Croatia was the island of Korčula. Before exploring the island, I did a kayaking excursion. We kayaked out to a small uninhabited island with a beautiful white stone beach and views of the surrounding islands.

Jumping off the top deck of the ship! I didn’t have the courage to go (yet).

Korčula has been inhabited since Neolithic times, and had Greek and Roman colonies, and was under Venetian rule for a long time.


The old city has very beautiful stonework and reminded me of a miniature and less-crowded Dubrovnik.

Some of us watched the World Cup during dinner.

Korčula was a great stop!


Mljet (Part I) | Stari Grad Hvar (Part III)

The rest of my pictures from Korčula:

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This entry was posted on February 7, 2015 by in Architecture, Croatia and tagged , , .

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