Ukoliko želite izvući najviše iz vašeg jedrenja po južnom Jadranu, predlažem sljedeću rutu. Ova ruta vam daje priliku vidjeti većinu zanimljivih gradova, otoka i otočića u blizini. Šipan, Mljet, Korčula i Lastovo samo su neke od destinacija koje možete posjetiti.
Prigradica bay is located on the northwestern shore of the island of Korčula. It has been inhabited since the early times and serves as a port for the town of Blato, one of the island’s economic centers. Prigradica is much more than a stop-by for yachtsmen. It offers beautiful and calm environment, as well as beautiful pebbly and rocky beaches, and there is even a song dedicated to the inhabitants of this area.
A one-way trip around the Adriatic can be an excellent opportunity to discover the Dalmatian coast. A seven-days sailing trip from Split to Dubrovnik represents an interesting journey around towns, islands, bays and beaches, so take a look at one route plan.
Marina Lumbarda is situated in the easternmost cape of Korčula island. The marina has a capacity of around 115 berths. You can even book the berth online. While you are there, you can explore the environment in Lumbarda, have a delicious dinner, try the autochthonous wine Grk or go for a walk through Lumbarda’s field.
Fish’n’Go is a fish&chips restaurant in Korčula, Croatia. We highly recommend its fried squids with white sauce and fried chicken wings with red sauce. The owner is also a mixologist cocktails are the must!
There are several ways to reach Korčula by charter yacht. The best way would be to moor at ACI marina Korčula, one of the smallest marinas in the Adriatic. It can accommodate as much as 150 yachts in the water and 16 on land. ACI marina Korčula also has a restaurant within the marina that offers a variety of delicious meals.
If you wish to make the most out of your sailing trip to the South Adriatic, this route will give you a chance to see most of the interesting towns, islands and islets in the vicinity. Šipan, Mljet, Korčula and Lastovo are just some of the destinations you can visit.
Whether you sail up or down the canal between Korčula Island and Pelješac peninsula, you will pass small islets called Stupe. The islets Stupa Vela, Stupa Mala and Majsan make up a beautiful lagoon some 2.2 miles east of Korčula town.
Outside of the historic Korčula town lies a small village of Žrnovo which hides one of the best restaurants on Korčula, “Konoba Belin”. There, you will receive a warm welcome and will soon enjoy the friendly atmosphere and delicious meals made from organic products. Discover it with us!