Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik Airport is most often chosen by tourist wishing to visit Korčula. Our drivers can pick you up at the airport and get you directly to your accommodation in two hours.

Split Airport

If you are coming to Croatia via the Split Airport and want to book a private transport to Korčula, our driver will make sure you get to your destination safely and quickly.

Vela Luka Port

Vela Luka is the largest port on Korčula. If you are taking a ferry from Split and need to reach your accommodation on the island our vehicles and drivers are at your service.

Bačva Beach

This is a nice pebble beach with clear waters, located in a small secluded bay of the same name on southern shores of Korčula Island. It is located about 13 kilometers from Korčula Town.

Vela Pržina Beach

Vela Przina Beach is a lovely sandy beach, one of many picturesque beaches in Lumbarda, offering spectacular views across the sea all the way to Lastovo.

This is a very popular sandy beach, filled with tourists and locals. Gets very crowded in summer so if you like sandy beaches hurry up to take good spot as early as possible. 

Pupnatska Luka Beach

This is one of many picturesque beaches on the Island offering spectacular views across the channel to Lastovo and beyond.

It is a small, easily-accessible beach on the south coast, with clear swimming waters and gently sloping pebbles shingle, making it an ideal beach to enjoy swimming and sunbathing.

Vaja Beach

Vaja Beach is a small beach with white pebbles and azure sea water. It is a picturesque and romantic place, isolated and rarely visited. It is located about one kilometer north of Račišće. 

Prižba Beach

Prižba Beach is approximately a 100 metres long pebble beach, located in a well protected bay on the eastern side of Ratak, a small peninsula located in the centre of Prižba. This is also the most popular beach in Prižba

Blato

Etno House “Barilo” is a folk and ethnographic collection located in Blato. This folk museum covers about 250 square meters and has about 3000 artifacts and objects on display. This is the only folk museum in Blato that is run by a local family.