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Due to its pleasant climate, rich tourist offer, clean sea, and interesting cultural heritage, Vela Luka is an attractive tourist center.

The above-mentioned diversity makes it is an ideal place for those looking for peace, as well as for those interested in an active holiday.

It is best known for its music, excellent food, and unforgettable sunsets, which are best seen from the Vela Luka waterfront and Korkyra Marina.

Proizd island

The islet of Proizd is located at the very entrance of Vela Luka bay. This hidden gem is irresistibly captivating with its unspoiled nature, turquoise clear sea and tranquility. The islet is adorned with numerous pebbly and sandy beaches, with one of them awarded as the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic.

On the islet you can find a beach bar and a restaurant where you can experience all the charms of Dalmatian cuisine.

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In addition to Vela Luka and Korcula, there are other picturesque places on the island with various stories: Smokvica, Čara, Lumbarda, Žrnovo, Račišće, and Blato.

Korcula has also been dubbed the most beautiful island in the world by the readers and editors of prestigious magazines such as Conde Nast Traveler, National Geographic, and Travel & Leisure. Therefore, it is not surprising that Korcula is called a true pearl of the Adriatic Sea.


In addition to beautiful beaches, Korcula is also known for its rich gastronomic offer and a thousand-year-old tradition of making top quality wines such as Pošip, Rukatac and Grk.

These are one of the best Croatian wines, well-known and renowned all over the world. They regularly win prestigious awards and honors.


Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most famous cities. It leaves millions of visitors breathless each year.

Dubrovnik is best known for its cultural and historical heritage and natural beauty. The uniqueness of Dubrovnik lies within the city walls, in the old town.

It is within these walls that the most famous world TV series the "Game of Thrones" was filmed. Another interesting fact worth noting is that until 1808 Dubrovnik was a republic.


Thanks to the excellent connection with the surrounding cities and neighboring islands, it is simple and easy to reach Vela Luka. The cities of Split and Dubrovnik are just a few hours away.

Split is the largest city in Dalmatia, known for its Diocletian's Palace, Riva promenade, Marjan Forest Park and Bacvice Beach, which are an integral part of any tourist tour.