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Korcula - A Croatian Island Having Ancient Churches, Old Palaces and Archeological Ruins

Visit Korcula Island: A Croatian Island Having Ancient Churches, Old Palaces and Archeological Ruins. (2021)

Island Korcula is located over the Adriatic Sea about 30 miles from the coast of Croatia. Island is inhabited by over 15,000 people. The area of the Korcula island is 108 square miles. The Korcula island is known after merchant Marco Polo who was born in Croatia.

Most travel to Korcula island by ferry from the city of Split or Dubrovnik that is located about 120 km. The travel time is about 2 to 2 ½ hours.

The Korcula island in Croatia has several villages that are surrounded by forests. Tourists can stay on the Korcula island. There are hotels for reasonable prices and excellent restaurants on the island. Korcula - A Croatian Island Having Ancient Churches, Old Palaces and Archeological Ruins

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Korcula Island has ancient churches, old palaces, and archeological ruins. Most visitors come frequently to the Korcula island from closer cities to participate in annual gatherings and festivals like the Marco Polo fest. Annually Korcula island hosts few pop music concerts.