Aminess Lume Hotel

The Aminess Lume Hotel is set in a sleepy Croatian village and its bayside location means you’re treated to postcard-worthy views throughout your stay. Every room comes with a sea view thanks to the hotel’s headland location. The hotel also has its own private beach where the clear waters are brilliant for swimming.

At the restaurant, you can dine al fresco to maximise the views. It serves international dishes and fresh seafood. At night, you can watch the lights drift across Brna Bay while musicians perform on the terrace bar. Just so you know, a hire car is included in your package, which you can collect from Dubrovnik Airport.

Overview of Korcula

Korcula is an island of contrasts. Korcula Town itself is known as ‘little Dubrovnik’ because it bears a striking similarity to the famous medieval city.

Away from Korcula Town, thick forests dominate the landscape if you head inland, while remote fishing villages line the coast near top-class hotels like the Aminess Lume Hotel.

You’re also never far from a beach, so you can sit, relax and gaze across to the mainland in the distance. With something for everyone, Korcula’s a great spot for a holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands.

Things to do in Korcula

The Aminess Lume Hotel is close to the centre of Brna. Fisherman used to use the village as an overnight base before long expeditions, but now it’s developed with cafes and restaurants that serve fresh food and local wine.

Korcula Town is a popular tourist destination on the island. It sits on a peninsula against a backdrop of deep, blue water and is dominated by the 15th-century St Mark’s Cathedral, which includes several notable works of art.

If you hire a bike and head inland, you’ll pass olive groves and vineyards. You’ll want to make regular stops to capture the views. With old-town treasures, sights to see and spots to relax, Korcula is a Croatian gem.


Resort Summary

The Old Town sits on a small peninsula. Stone houses with ricotta roofs are packed tightly together, hemmed in by the city walls, against a backdrop of deep, blue water and iridescent vegetation. Visit St Mark’s Cathedral, which overlooks the square in the centre of the town. The Gothic- and Renaissance-style cathedral was built in the 15th century out of local limestone. It has several notable works of art on display, including paintings by Italian artist Tintoretto. Across the square is the Arneri Palace, known for its elegant, intricate design and pretty courtyard.

Korcula lays claim to Marco Polo as its most famous son, and the house where he was born is open to visitors. Climb to the top floor for some amazing views out over the water.