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Korcula might not be the most popular Island in Croatia but it is definitely a location you should visit at least once. Sailing Korcula is a top luxury vacation that would suit any kind of travellers. From a group of friends to couples, and families, renting a catamaran in Korcula will leave you craving for more.
Situated in the Adriatic Sea and part of the Dalmatian Archipelago, the island of Korcula is most well-known for its amazing vegetation. Stunning dark forest covers most of the island landscape, along with extensive vineyards and olive groves. It has a population of about 15,530; mostly Croatian descendent that during the summertime work passionately towards helping tourists and holiday-makers make the most out of their time on their beautiful island.
Korcula is a perfect balance between pristine beaches and old architecture. Sailing Korcula will give you the opportunity to discover its beautiful sceneries as well as visiting historic buildings.
Enjoying a mostly Mediterranean weather, the average temperature during the summertime is of about 26°. So be ready to sunbathe and go swimming all day
long! The island of Korcula consists of a few villages as well as three main towns: Vela Luka, Blato, and Korcula town. Vela Luka is situated on the island west side.
During the summertime it is one of the most popular locations and the town turns into a touristic destination that cannot be missed. After the summer is over, the town goes back to being mainly a fishing settlement. Vela Luka is the perfect choice for those travellers looking for a less expensive and not so crowded
The town of Blato, located right in the middle of Korcula island, is one of the most ancient establishments of the island. Getting there from Korcula city is quite easy as it is accessible by the main island road. While visiting Blato, make sure you get to the Church of All Saints for a really beautiful experience. Also, do not miss St. Mary in the Field, St. Cosmas and Damian and St. Martin Chapel. Korcula city is the main settlement of the island with a population of 5,640. It’s
located on the north-east coast of the island and it is most well-known for its stunning beaches. However, the city historic centre is not to be missed.
Renting a catamaran in Korcula will allow you to get to the city and all its surroundings. Are you ready to have an unforgettable vacation? Keep reading!
Renting a catamaran in Korcula means packing for an unbelievable adventure. But sometimes packing can represent a challenge, especially when you have to plan everything in advance. Thinking what to bring to a catamaran vacation can be a little bit overwhelming, but worry not, we are here to help.
Going on holidays on a catamaran to a superb island with an amazing weather might feel as if the only thing you need to pack is your swimming suit. However,
what you also need to consider (even if you do spend most of your time on a swimming suit), is that you are going to be at sea and it would be a huge waste of
time and money having to go inland only to buy something you could have brought with you in the first place.
Our catamarans are fully equipped with all the essentials to make your trip a holiday you will never forget. Luxury catamarans fleet include super modern
kitchens that will allow you to cook your most creative dishes, so don’t forget to pack all the ingredients you need! But in case you are a “no way I’m cooking while on holiday” type of person, renting a catamaran in Korcula allows you to hire a professional chef that will make sure you eat the tastiest local cuisine while enjoying the most breathtaking sunsets.
Packing smart for a cruise means planning for all type of weather conditions. We advise you to pack at least one warm jacket! Also, do not forget to pack some
walking shoes for when you get to visit the towns and walk around their beautiful streets.
Last but not least, and as obvious as it may sound, do not forget to pack sunscreen, hats and some nourishing lotion! Ready for sailing in Korcula? Pack
your things and see you onboard!