The next 3 days are spent in the small village of Lumbarda. Lumbarda is surrounded by picturesque sandy vineyards made popular for the production of Grk, a local wine made from a grape of the same name. The town is connected to nearby Korcula by a road that is littered with pine woods and olive groves and there are also a number of beautiful sandy beaches. The people of Lumbarda generally work in the tourism, fishing and wine making industries.
Whilst here 2 day trips will be organised to nearby Dubrovnik and Mljet Island. Dubrovnik, known as the 'pearl of the Adriatic and is filled with rich vegetation, beautiful lakes, rare islands, white pebble beaches and a crystal clear sea. All this as well as the stunning monuments located here make it a truly unforgettable experience for all of its many visitors.
Mljet Island is full of legend and mystery. It is understood that the god Ulysses was captured by the nymph Calypso and held here for 8 years. The island's national park is home to beautiful clear waters, verdant flora and fauna as well as the famous Benedictine monastery which was built on a small island in the middle of a lake in the 12th century.
During your free time explore Korcula, the supposed birth place to Marco Polo. The island also boasts some impressive architecture including the central Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral of St Mark, the 15th century Franciscan Monastery, some grand 15th and 16th century palaces as well as massive city fortifications. Overnight - Lumbarda - Korcula