An island near the southern tip of Croatia, the country to which it belongs, Korcula is steeped in shipbuilding and maritime history. Through the centuries, Korcula has been controlled by Greeks and Romans, and rival fleets from Venice and Genoa also fought to occupy the land before they both became part of a united Italy.
Port of Korcula
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Food and Drink
For a bite to eat, grab a table at any of several local restaurants that specialize in fresh fish. Don't forget to try some of the local wine, too; Posip (white) and Plavac mali (red) are two of the most well-known varieties.