Welcome to Vela Luka Tourist Board official website! This web site is intended for travellers and visitors of Vela Luka.
Through this site you can learn the basic information and get an insight into the rich history of Vela Luka, its culture, natural beauties and other sights, as well as into the life of this, for many reasons, unique Dalmatian town.
This web site is an on-line guide to the cultural life of Vela Luka, the local museum and archaeological site called Vela Spila, as well as to Ošjak and Proizd, two islands of exquisite and untouched natural beauty. In addition, here you can find the information about hotels, private accommodation, camping sites and the local tourist agencies offering accommodation and various excursions and services to its visitors.
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52 PLACES TO GO IN 2016. BY NEW YORK TIMES
Korcula island is one of the 52 must see places this year according to the NY Times !
Experience authentic life on the Dalmatian Coast.
Beyoncé and Jay Z called this one. The couple’s 2011 visit to Hvar Island seemed to open the tourist floodgates to Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. Korcula is Hvar’s more modest neighbor. Much of the island is still untouched: dotted with blue-collar fishing villages and little pebble beaches. Instead of sticking to the Old Town, which claims to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, rent a moped and head west. Travel through olive groves and thick woodlands, and drive off-road to sample Korcula’s signature white wine, Grk, at any number of hopelessly charming family wineries. It’s bitter and earthy — and true to the region’s less fashionable days.