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Korčula – home of Marco Polo
Covered with dense pine forest, the island was named Korkyra Melaina, meaning “Black Korčula”, by the Greeks in the 3rd century B.C.
They first founded Lumbarda, looking for new locations for wineries were we’ll take first. Here you’ll get familiar with a local white wine sort Grk, but also with other gastro specialties of Korčula such as cheese, olive oil, grappa and much more.
After that, the city of Korčula awaits us, one of the most beautiful medieval cities on the Adriatic Coast. We tour its charming streets and squares with Renaissance palaces, and magnificent Cathedral of St Mark, the city’s patron saint and of course Marco Polo’s house.
Finish the day with Korčula traditional dinner
Duration: 6 hours
Min: 6 pax
16:00 tour of the town of Korcula
17:00 departure to Lumbarda on vineyard fields
17:20 tour of the vineyard
18:00 Wine Tasting
19:00 Korcula traditional dinner
22:00 end of the trip