The Country of a Thousand Islands


Korcula Island in Croatia

Korcula offers endless possibilities for exploration due to its large size and grand forests. Start in the Old Town, crowded onto a little peninsula and then explore some quiet islets around the main island via excursion boat. To get away from it all, stay in one of the interior villages in Korcula. Korcula is one of the most forested Adriatic islands, as much as 61% of its surface is covered with woods and macchia thickets.

The oldest funds are the stone knives from the Neolithic found on the small island of Badija next to the town of Korcula. The richest and best investigated fund place from the Neolithic is the the big cave in Vela Luka. They found and investigated there several stratums of pre-historic life with fire places, ceramic pieces, graves 5000-3000 before Christ.



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