Port 9 Apartments

The Port 9 Apartments is part of the Port 9 complex, an apartment-hotel-campsite combo. This means that although you’ll enjoy an idyllic, cosy stay, you’ll also have access to all of the facilities at the sister hotel, which include an infinity pool, tennis courts, a children’s climbing wall and a choice of restaurants.

The apartments are whitewashed with blue window shutters. Inside, the rooms are spacious and modern with splashes of colour, and you can also cook up a storm in your own kitchenette.

Outside, two saltwater pools sit next to each other on a large sun terrace and steps lead down to a pebbly cove.

Overview of Korcula

Korcula is an island for explorers. You’ll love visiting the small towns and villages that line the shore and watching the fishermen bring in their catch. But, if you head inland, you can also reconnect with nature and stroll through the dense forests.

It’s not all about exploration in Korcula – you can also spend your days soaking up the sun on one of the island’s many beaches. When you choose Korcula for your holiday to Dubrovnik and its islands, you can enjoy relaxing days and action-packed adventures in equal measure.

Things to do in Korcula

The Port 9 Apartments are located in Shell Bay, so it’s easy to access the water and the beautiful beaches that line Korcula’s shores. Families love Vela Przina because the sands are great for kids to play on and the waters are shallow. If you’re looking to get active, head to Zrnovska Banja, which is popular with windsurfers.

You’re also only two kilometres away from Korcula Town, which is one of the island’s highlights. It’s often referred to as ‘little Dubrovnik’ because of its similarity to the medieval city, and it’s full of historic landmarks.

With old-town treasures, peaceful beaches and plenty of spots to explore, you can enjoy a stay at the Port 9 Apartments at a pace that suits you.

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.