The SpaceThis beautiful holiday house offers to it's guests a relaxed stay on the beautiful island of Korcula. The house has two floors, on which you can find three bedrooms with two double beds, and a single bed in the third bedroom.
The house can accommodate a maximum of 5 people. The kitchen is equipped with a stove, coffee machine, dishwasher and a refrigerator. Up for guests use are two bathrooms, one with shower and the other with bathtub. The living room has a big sofa and wifi internet coverage.
BBQ and dinning table located in the garden, where you can enjoy during the day and prepare some nice dishes, while being surrounded by greenery and with sea view.
We hope you'll enjoy in this nice holiday house, on the beautiful island of Korcula. The NeighborhoodThe island of Korcula belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago, separated from the Pelješac peninsula by a narrow Strait of Pelješac, between 900 and 3,000 metres (3,000 and 9,800 feet) wide. It stretches in the east-west direction, in length of 47 kilometres (29 miles); on average, it is 8 km (5.0 miles) wide. With an area of 279 square kilometres (108 sq mi), it is the sixth largest Adriatic island. The highest peaks are Klupca, 568 metres (1,864 ft) and Kom, 510 metres (1,670 ft) high.
Main settlements on the island are towns of Korcula, Vela Luka and Blato. Villages along the coast are Brna, Lumbarda, Racišce, and Prižba; Žrnovo, Pupnat, Smokvica and Cara are located inland. The island is divided into municipalities of Korcula, Smokvica, Blato and Lumbarda. The climate is Mediterranean; an average air temperature in January is 9.8 °C (49.6 °F) and in July 26.9 °C (80.4 °F); the average annual rainfall is 1,100 mm (43.3 in). The island is largely covered with Mediterranean flora including extensive pine forests.
The main road runs along the spine of the island connecting all settlements from Lumbarda on the eastern to Vela Luka on the western end, with the exception of Racišce, which is served by a separate road running along the northern coast. Ferries connect the city of Korcula with Orebic on the Pelješac peninsula and Drvenik on the mainland (near Makarska). Another line connects Vela Luka with Split and the island of Lastovo. Fast passenger catamarans connect those two ports with Split and the islands of Hvar and Lastovo. The main Adriatic ferry line connects Korcula with Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Rijeka. During the summer there are direct ferries to Italian Adriatic ports.