Korčula ( Kurzel in Old German, Curzola in Italian, Korkyra Melania in Greek, Corcyra Nigra in Latin) is the greenest Adriatic island and one of the most beautiful ones. Inhabited from prehistory, it has always possessed special charm. The tour starts with the visit of St Anthony s church and the tasting of local honey and marmalades at a nearby family farm. Our next stop is Lumbarda, the earliest Greek colony on the island, famous for its Grk wine and fantastic sandy beaches. Having visited it, we proceed towards picturesque villages in the interior of the island: Žrnovo, Čara, Pupnat, Smokvica. Each of them has its own stories and legends which you will hear on your way through them. In Smokvica we will visit the winery, try the wine, hear the story of wine growing and production on the island. Then we set off towards the biggest place on the island, Blato, where we will visit the ethno house ( actually a small museum) of Barillo family. It will present you with the hard life of local agricultural laborers. After Blato and its widely known alley of lime, we continue towards Vela Luka where we will refresh ourselves and grab a bite at a farm holiday offering local delicacies. After lunch we go to Vela Spila, a cave famous for being one of the most famous neolithic sites in this part of Europe. What has been found there are a lot of artefacts, fire places, bones of wild and domestic animals, fish and a couple of graves. On our way back to Korčula we will drive through small fishermen s villages of Gršćica, Prižba and Brna. The excursion ends with a beautiful panorama of the Old Town of Korčula. This excursion is the best way to see many beautiful places on the island, olive grows, vineyards, panoramas and untouched hidden nature. If you wish to have a swim at one of beautiful beaches on our way back to Korčula, we will make your wish come true.
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE: vehicle with driver / licensed local tourist guide , wine tasting, presentation and tasting of honey and marmelade, enter fee to etno hause , bottle of water
ADDITIONAL PAYMENT: authentic Dalmatian lunch (40,00 € per pax)