ISLAND OF KORČULA
An island with a walled city! The first destination in the Dubrovnik County that spring to mind when one thinks of wine is Korčula island. A boat trip to Korčula, wich is a jewel of the Croatia coastline, will leave you awestruck at it's natural beauty and spellbound with it's historical roots.
ISLAND OF MLJET
Island of Mljet is one of Croatia’s National Parks. It will take you just an hour and a half to get to this thin strip of land some 32 km long and never more than 3 km wide dramatically running parallel to the Pelješac peninsula.
The most visited part of the Island is the green and unspoiled west, where untouched Mediterranean vegetation and two saltwater lakes (Malo jezero – Small lake and Veliko jezero – Big lake) provide the focus of the Mljet National Park. cled by foot-and cycle paths.
The sheer geographical position of the Elaphite islands offers guests the perfect opportunity to island hop. These untouched islands are a wonder of nature and also provide an experience of true island life, Dalmatian style. Situated to the north-west of Dubrovnik this group of islands is made up of eight islands, the majority of which are uninhabited. Three biggest are Koločep, Šipan and Lopud. Take a dip in the crystal clear seas, explore quaint hamlets or simply indulge your taste buds with local cuisines, the choice is yours.