Korčula Old Town

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Starting at the sea gate, pick up a map from the tourism board office to get oriented. Then, wander past innumerable shops and cafés, taking note of Korčula’s fishbone layout, which was intended both to protect the town and make use of local winds. Also be sure to admire Korčula’s signature stonework, best displayed in the Gothic-Renaissance-style St. Mark’s Cathedral.

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Korčula Old Town

Starting at the sea gate, pick up a map from the tourism board office to get oriented. Then, wander past innumerable shops and cafés, taking note of Korčula’s fishbone layout, which was intended both to protect the town and make use of local winds. Also be sure to admire Korčula’s signature stonework, best displayed in the Gothic-Renaissance-style St. Mark’s Cathedral.

Discover Korčula Old Town

Disembark tender by the Old Town’s sea gate, and immediately to the left, get a map and information from the Tourism Board office. As you wander Korčula’s streets, take note of the town’s fishbone layout, intent to both protect and make use of local winds. Hiding away innumerable shops and cafes, but also people’s homes, look up the town’s facades to discover remarkable stonework Korčula is known for. Admire it in full splendor at the Old Town’s prized centrepiece, the Gothic-Renaissance Cathedral of St. Mark.

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