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Hotel Marco Polo The most luxurious hotel in Korcula

The work begins at the second phase of reconstruction and refurbishment of Hotel Marco Polo in Korcula, in which the local hotel company ?Hotelsko Turisticko Poduzece Korcula? will invest 23 million Kuna. After last year?s reconstruction in which Marco Polo?s rooms were improved, the hotel?s kitchen and restaurant will get …

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Impressions of Korcula by Johanna from London UK

Impressions of Korcula by Johanna from London UK

Impressions of Korcula by Johanna from London UK : I spent 3 days in Korcula with my girlfriend in August. We took the boat from Split and arrived after 3 hours. The first sight of the island was a lovely contrast to the city-vibe of Split. The small, historic town of Korcula was surrounded …

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More lodgers at our house – Scouts from Belgium

More lodgers at our house – Scouts from Belgium

i was doing some work around midnight last night when suddenly, somebody called from the street saying : “hello, have you got any place to accommodate us? it’s 22 of us – we are scouts from belgium doing island hopping in croatia and we need to stay somewhere tonight…” when …

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New Book on Korcula with unusual image on the cover

New Book on Korcula with unusual image on the cover

New book on Korcula Town is published by Dusan Kalogjera, writer and publisher from Korcula. The image on the cover (see left) depicts Korcula Old Town as small island surrounded by the sea. Although some people found this image offensive , commenting about negative connotations of the image regarding the …

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American in Korcula

American in Korcula

Washington Post’s Staff Writer K.C. Summers wrote an article ” Ferrily She Rolled Along” about his visit to Croatia. He also visited Korcula. Here is an extract from the article: Island Crush It seemed impossible that Korcula would be crowded. The tiny island about 3 1/2 hours by ferry from …

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Peljesac Bridge Tensions

Construction has begun on Croatia’s longest bridge, which the government hopes will provide a lifeline to the southern part of the country.

But Bosnians fear the bridge will seal-off access to their only port to the Adriatic, and have warned the project could endanger bilateral relations between the two former foes.

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Peljesac Bridge Construction Works Started

It seems things are moving on with that long promissed Bridge from Croatian Mainland (Komarna near Klek) to Peljesac Peninsula. Looking forward for that one 🙂

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Polyclinic for cardiovascular diseases Sveti Nikola – Korcula

Polyclinic for cardiovascular diseases Sveti Nikola - Korcula

Welcome ! Polyclinic “Sveti Nikola” is set beautifully in shadows of pine trees and enveloped by the scent of the sea. Polyclinic for cardiovascular diseases and prevention “Sveti Nikola” deals with specialist and advisory health care and diagnostics in the realm of cardiovascular diseases and prevention and offers the following services: …

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