Yacht Charter in Korcula
If you decide on, the most popular cruising grounds are between the famous historic city of and the more modern, newly reconstructed city of . Between these two important destinations, are many interesting anchorages and islands. is conveniently situated, approximately, half way between the two main embarkation ports.
The is the sixth largest and due to its geography is perfect for yachting, providing a variety of sheltered and beautiful natural anchorages. The North shore has several harbours and inlets to protect from the east winds, if they rise above acceptable levels, or for a comfortable night’s sleep! Whilst the South coast offers a more rugged mountainous terrain, thus providing alternative anchoring options, that protect from any North winds.
The Island’s charm is also enhanced by its natural beauty, with its dense foliage of forests, olive groves and vineyards. Also, is rich in culture and history, offering many interesting historic and religeous architectural places of interest to sightsee. The medieval walled city of is certainly worth a visit and is likened to a mini version of Dubrovnik.
Furthermore, the island hosts many lovely sandy/pebbly beaches and caves to explore, and of course crystal clear seas for snorkelling and swimming. You can also enjoy various delicous fresh fish options in the local restaurants. Consequently has become a popular tourist destination for the more discerning tourists. Though it remains essentially unspoilt.