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Approximately 4 Hours
The beautiful, deep-blue waters of the Adriatic entice you to explore the Dalmatian Riviera.
From Korčula, you'll set out by boat to weave through the 20-island . Head through the Peljesac Channel, passing Majsan Island, best known for its pre-historic ruins, to on the .'ll set out by boat to weave through the 20-island Korčula Archipelago. Head through the Peljesac Channel, passing Majsan Island, best known for its pre-historic ruins, to Orebic on the Peljesac Peninsula.
Orebic is renowned for its lovely Trstenica Beach. You'll have time here for a quick orientation tour and see for yourself why it's a favorite with the locals.
Sail around the island of Vrnik, known for its stone quarry, from which magnificent white limestone is extracted. Some of the most famous buildings in the world are built of Vrnik stone, including the White House in Washington DC and St Sofia in Istanbul.
Another island, Badija, is home to a 15th-century Franciscan Monastery. Many of the islands are uninhabited, so the vegetation is omnipresent, and the sea is crystal clear.
On the northeast side of Korčula, visit the small town of's medieval patricians, before heading back to the Lumbarda, a village of summer residences for Korčula's medieval patricians, before heading back to the city of Korčula.
Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel, sunscreen, and a hat. Use of an audio headset (included) will enhance your tour experience. Not advisable for guests using a wheelchair or for those with mobility limitations.