Korcula Island, Croatia Cruise Port

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About Korcula Island, Croatia

Korcula is not just a work of physical beauty; the island carries immense historical significance throughout its sun-dappled shores as well. Visitors can explore the ruins of the Vela Spilja cave, where settlers camped 8,000 years ago, or tour the birthplace of legendary explorer Marco Polo. Be sure to capture Korcula's looming rock formations, rolling hills, and ornate stone buildings on film.

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Loved it. It's about a 3 hour town, which worked out good because the ship departed there at 2PM. Glorious pine treed promenade along the water with lots of scenic views and waterfront restaurants. Take the walking tour shore excursion.

Visited: May 05, 2017

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Our time in this pretty Port was cut short due to an impending storm as this is a tender port. We arrived early before the shops and cafes opened and enjoyed the stroll along the beautiful promenade along crystal clear waters, the narrow streets, house of Marco Polo, nautical souvenirs, purchased nut and honey liquors and some reasonably priced T-shirt’s. The view from the top of the tower in the Cathedral of St Mark plus the beautiful religious icons and artefacts was well worth the price of the admission. We grumbled that the Cunard captain was overreacting about the storm - the Korcula Bura - which arrived 30 minutes after we sailed. The Captain was right and we were very, very wrong. It was wild and those small boats that didn’t make it to shore before it hit really struggled.

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