Croatia - Dubrovnik & Dalmatian Coast

The birthplace of Marco Polo is located on the largest island in the Dubrovnik region and was constructed on the grounds of a Greek colony.

It serves as a historical and tourist hub, boasting streets shaped like a fish bone and well-maintained Gothic and Renaissance structures. The Cathedral of sv. Marko [St. Mark] is particularly striking, featuring exquisite works by esteemed Italian painters. The locals of Korčula have upheld their traditions, including the medieval knight’s game “Moreška,” which takes place on the town’s streets. The delectable Mediterranean cuisine will undoubtedly satisfy even the most discerning palate.

Korcula – Luxury Collection

Lesic Dimitri Palace$$$$$

Marco Polo’s house is a stone’s throw from Lešić Dimitri Palace. The building’s history dates back to the 17th century, when the Lešić family, rich property owners and merchants combined a number of semi-detached houses to create a palace worthy of that name. It has been meticulously renovated yet with a touch of contemporary design; its historical character and original layout have been retained and it now offers a small number of independent suites. Each evokes a step in M...

Lesic Dimitri Palace

Korcula Hotels

Aminess Korcula Heritage Hotel$$$

It was built in 1912 as the town’s first hotel, and its classy café has been the centre of social life ever since. Although fully renovated, it has kept the charm of the times when Jackie Kennedy, Wallis Simpson and Sofia Loren used to visit it. If you’re looking for a vintage hotel with an authentic ambience and flawless service, choose the Aminess Korčula Heritage Hotel.

Aminess Korcula Heritage Hotel
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