Prizba is a popular summer resort on the south side of Korcula. It has a great summer vibe along its beaches and shoreline with crystal clear sea, making it a great place for a swim and relaxing by the seaside. There are restaurants for tasting typical local dishes, and Prizba is also connected with roads heading to major connections throughout Korcula island should you decide to explore more.
When you head from Prizba towards the north, you will come to Blato, the center of the county in which Prizba is situated. It is famous for the sword dance performance called Kumpanjija, being performed on a square in front of the church in the older part of town and a long linden tree alley, a popular route for a walk and for stopping by at a local wine tasting corner. Among the typical local dishes it is important to mention a cake called lumblija, telling the story of how a french soldier fell in love with a local woman a long time ago.
Vela Luka is a port on the western side of the island of Korcula. It is renowned for a capella tradition of singers called klapa, as well as a not-to-miss location on the island for tasting traditional fish meals. There are restaurants and popular spots along the seaside promenade, running through town center, which is great for having an evening walk and gazing at the sunsets. Discover even more outside the town center, like the beaches on an islet called Proizd as well as a popular archeological location Vela spila.
The famous town of Korcula is located on the eastern side of the island. With its medieval old city streets and a vibrant summer ambiance, it is a mandatory spot to check out while staying on the island. We suggest checking out the famous Moreska sword dance as well as restaurants with Michelin-class chefs that add a special touch to the local dishes, making local cuisine more and more recognizable. You will also find various wine shops with local wine varieties and other wines, a great place to start or end a great evening in this historical place.