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Korčula and Peljesac Day Tour from Dubrovnik

20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Experience the Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour from Dubrovnik for a journey through Dalmatia’s gems. Visit Ston’s historic walls, sail from Orebić to Korčula, and enjoy Pelješac’s famous wines.

This tour combines cultural richness, historic exploration, and a culinary adventure against the stunning backdrop of Croatia’s coast.

Tour itinerary

8:00 – Departing Dubrovnik for Ston


Our adventure begins with a departure from Dubrovnik towards Ston. Known for its impressive medieval walls, second only in length to the Great Wall of China, Ston is a gateway to the past. Walk along the ancient walls, visit the still-operational saltworks, and learn about the town’s strategic importance over centuries. It’s a unique start to the Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour, blending historical exploration with a taste of the area’s culinary culture.


10:00 – Journey to Orebic


Next, we head to Orebic, the maritime town on the Pelješac Peninsula. As the embarkation point for Korčula, Orebic offers stunning sea views and a glimpse into Croatia’s seafaring legacy. The boat ride to Korčula from here isn’t just a transfer; it’s a scenic voyage that highlights the breathtaking beauty of the Adriatic coastline, setting the stage for the next part of our Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour.

11:00 – Boat ride to Korčula Island


The journey across the water to Korčula is a highlight in itself, offering panoramic views of the sea and surrounding islands. As you approach Korčula, the sight of the fortified town emerging from the crystal-clear waters is unforgettable, providing an excellent introduction to the island’s charm.

11:30 – Korcula Walking Tour


Upon arrival at 11:30, dive into the heart of Korčula with a guided walking tour. The island’s old town, often compared to a miniature Dubrovnik, is a maze of cobblestone streets and Gothic-Renaissance architecture. Discover the stories of Marco Polo, believed to have been born here, and explore the rich history that envelops every corner of the town. This guided tour is a cornerstone of the Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour, offering insights into the island’s fascinating past.

13:00 – Free Time in Korcula


At 13:00, the Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour offers you free time to discover Korčula’s charm. Seize this chance to taste the island’s unique blend of Croatian and Mediterranean cuisine. From the hearty, wine-marinated beef dish, pašticada, to the freshest seafood, local dining spots cater to all tastes, providing a flavorful insight into Korčula’s culinary traditions.

Wander through the old town’s stone streets, visit the house said to belong to Marco Polo, and absorb the rich history that surrounds you. The Cathedral of St. Mark and the city walls are also must-visits, offering cultural insights and breathtaking views of the Adriatic. This break in your tour is the perfect time to immerse yourself in the essence of Korčula, from its historical landmarks to its picturesque landscapes.

15:00 – Boat Ride Back to Orebic


Returning to Orebic by boat at 15:00, this leg of the tour offers one last chance to enjoy the Adriatic’s serene beauty. The peaceful boat ride back is a moment to reflect on the day’s experiences and the stunning landscapes of the Pelješac Peninsula.

16:00 – Visit to Local Winery in Peljesac


No Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour would be complete without a visit to a local winery in Pelješac. Here, sample the famed Plavac Mali wine and other varietals that showcase the peninsula’s rich winemaking traditions. This visit offers a delicious insight into why Croatian wines are gaining international acclaim.

18:00 – Return to Dubrovnik


As we return to Dubrovnik at 18:00, the Korčula and Pelješac Day Tour comes to a close. Reflect on a day filled with discoveries—from the historic streets of Ston and Korčula to the lush vineyards of Pelješac. This tour offers a comprehensive experience of the Dalmatian coast’s beauty, history, and culinary delights, leaving you with lasting memories of Croatia’s enchanting charm.

Tour highlights

About destinations


54 km

Ston, celebrated for its impressive medieval walls, is a historical and culinary gem. With ancient saltworks and famed oysters, it offers a unique journey through time. Here, history intertwines with flavours of Dalmatia, showcasing a rich cultural and gastronomic heritage.


112 km

Orebic, on the Peljesac Peninsula, offers a gateway to Korcula with its rich maritime past and stunning beaches. It presents a blend of history and beautiful views, making it an essential stop on the Dalmatian coast.

Korcula, famed as Marco Polo’s birthplace, captivates with its medieval town. Its streets, flanked by Gothic and Renaissance buildings, lead to bustling squares, offering a glimpse into its vibrant history and culture.

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What should I bring on a land tour?

We recommend comfortable clothing suitable for the weather, sturdy walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a water bottle, and a camera or smartphone for photos. Depending on the tour’s length and nature, you might also want to bring snacks or a packed lunch.

How physically demanding are the tours?

Our tours vary in physical demand. We offer everything from leisurely walks with minimal elevation change to more challenging hikes. Please refer to the specific tour description for details or contact us if you have concerns about a tour’s physical requirements.

Can I participate in a land tour if I have dietary restrictions?

Absolutely! We strive to accommodate dietary needs and restrictions. Please inform us of your dietary requirements at the time of booking, so we can make the necessary arrangements.

What happens if the weather is bad on the day of the tour?

The safety and comfort of our guests are our top priorities. In case of inclement weather, tours may be rescheduled or modified. If a tour is canceled due to weather conditions, guests will have the option to join another tour or receive a full refund. We advise checking the weather forecast and staying in contact for updates close to your tour date.