The southern-Dalmatian island of Korcula stretches parallel with the nearby mainland in the west-east direction. The coast of the island is indented with a series of bays and islets, and watersports enthusiasts can find diving centres, sailing and windsurfing schools. Renting a boat allows guests to explore the stunning coastline, go for a picnic in the small coves, or a visit to the neighbouring islands of Lastovo, Vis and Mljet, all of them natural parks.
One of the most densely wooded islands of the Adriatic, the vegetation is rich and varied, including oak, pine trees and cypresses. The landscape of the island of Korcula is also enriched by olive groves and vineyards which represent a traditional source of life and income for the local population. One of our luxury villa to rent on Korcula, Croatia, is on the south coast, near the fishing village of Brna, while the other villa comprises two identical twin villas which can be rented either together or separately. Just a 10 minute drive from the main town of Korcula, they are also just steps from a small pebble beach and the crystal clear sea.