Liburna Hotel

The Liburna Hotel comes with impressive views of the sea and is within easy reach of Korcula’s old town.

A circular saltwater pool sits on a sun terrace lined with sunloungers. As you recline, you can enjoy panoramic views of the sea and the hillside. Whenever you need a drink or a snack, just head to the pool bar.

For main meals, the buffet restaurant serves up Croatian and international platters. Alternatively, there’s the a la carte eatery, where you can order freshly-caught seafood.

Overview of Korcula

Korcula is an island of contrasts. Although thick forests dominate the interior landscapes, the coast is filled with colourful fishing villages.

When you choose Korcula for your holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands, you’ll never be far from a beach. Families flock to Plaza Przina where the calm waters are perfect for kids. Meanwhile, adventure seekers head to Zrnovska Banja near the Liburna Hotel, where water sports are the order of the day.

Things to do in Korcula

Korcula’s pebble beach is just five minutes’ walk from the Liburna Hotel. It’s renowned for its water sports and you can try your hand at windsurfing and canoeing.

The old town is also only 15 minutes away on foot. It’s known as ‘little Dubrovnik’ because of its striking similarity to the famous medieval city, so expect to encounter terracotta-roofed houses, city walls and plenty of historical landmarks.

Away from the town, you can hire a bike and enjoy a guided tour. Not only will you love the beautiful scenery, but you can learn about the island’s past and culture. If you fancy, you can even visit the regional vineyards.

With stunning scenery, a historic old town and family-friendly beaches, you’ll be seduced by Korcula’s charms.


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.