The best thing about Korcula is that it offers a wide range of activities that can satisfy the needs of the most active, sports, and nature-loving persons out there. Not to mention the outstanding Mediterranean cuisine and an excellent selection of the region’s finest wines. Do not worry, once in Dragan’s Den, we will direct you and suggest all the must-see places, and things to do, and inform you about ongoing events.


Beach crawl – cliff jumping and visiting Lumbarda sandy beach Przina. Starting at 4 PM. Price: 10 euros. Come to the reception and add yourself to the list!

beah crawl korcula


Have an active, short, and sweet running routine to St. Anthony Church and back. One hundred steps to get to the church and its magnificent Belvedere, 300 meters from the hostel.

Bike or scooter to Lumbarda village and explore its sandy beaches.

Take a 15-minute long ferry ride to the Peljesac peninsula, have a wine tour, and visit beaches Trstenica and Viganj.

You can always explore Korcula archipelago and skoji, a group of tiny uninhabited islands you can visit with taxi boats, some you can kayak to, and some you can visit if you rent a boat – Badija, Bisace, Gubavac, Sestrice, Stupe, Vrnik, etc. 

Day trip to Mljet National Park. You have Plitvice Lakes, and then you have Mljet, yet another fantastic gem among numerous Croatian national parks, a curiosity as an island with several scattered saltwater lakes and famous Odysseus cave.

Bus or scooter to Vela Luka and Proizd Island. Unspoiled nature, breathtaking white rocks, the privacy of the beach, and, of course, the crystal clear sea.


Once performed across the Mediterranean, the incredible sword dance between two armies fighting for a princess,it is now only performed in Korcula as one of Korcula’s proudest traditions.

moreska sword dance korcula


Did you know Korcula town is claimed to be the birthplace of the world’s famed and somewhat notorious traveler and adventurer, Marco Polo? He was the first one to introduce Europe to Asian culture and the one who actually inspired Christopher Columbus to go and discover new lands. Another good reason to start your Croatian journey with Korcula on top of your travel itinerary! See if something of Marco Polo’s allure you can trace on Korcula island today and visit Marco Polo’s tower.