According to its geographical position,
Croatia is a Central European and Mediterranean country, which means it is close to major European cities, and boasts a mild Mediterranean climate.
Throughout the history of Croatian culture (art, literature and architecture) was mostly influenced by Western trends,
and the consequence is that all major European styles around the Croatian.
Its urban culture Croatia became a member of UNESCO thanks to Palace of Diocletian from the 4th century.
In Split, cities of Dubrovnik and Trogir and Euphrasie basilica from the 6th century. Porec.
Croatia tourists love. Those who once were always her return.
Korcula Island for its natural beauty and its well-indented coast is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean.
Is one of the largest Croatian islands, the most populous, and has the oldest history, because of the ideal conditions for life.
Island frames the 195 unspoiled bays and promontories and 48 islets.
Korcula is the island with the most abundant vegetation in the Adriatic,
is covered by hundreds of sorts of aromatic Mediterranean plants and lush pine forests that made a long time ago was named Korkyra Nigra,
and one of the biggest advantages of the tourist island of Korcula is the purity and clarity of the sea that surrounds it.
Vela Luka is the second largest town on the Adriatic islands (population 4.500) with a rich cultural and entertainment activities, plenty of restaurants, cafes, shops ... A prehistoric times of Vela Luka published numerous archaeological works,  of its Vela cave and the discovery of skeletons from the New Stone age.

Župna church of Sv. Joseph was built in the nineteenth century.
Vela Luka is known for its original Dalmatian folk music performed by numerous vocal choir.
The settlement is one of the most beautiful bays on the island of Korcula.
It has its history, the church of St. John the 14.stoljeća.
Tradicionalna regatta a start from the bay, and is held every year on the day of St. John 24.06. with a special program and Mass,
very interesting and well attended to by the host as well as foreign guests. In the middle of a small island Gubeša.
Gradina has street lighting and restaurant. It is very popular and frequently visited VELOLUČANI and her guests are always coming back.
Also well known by sailing enthusiast  and in the bay is always full yachts.
Although spacious, protected from most winds. It faces west, and in the summer afternoons, you can enjoy a gentle breeze breeze.
There are a few small sandy beaches suitable for small children.
Because of the beauty of the bay we are sure that each of our demanding client and find something for yourself and spend an unforgettable holiday.
From  Split runs one catamaran and two ship.Price and schedule check on
The other option of arrival by car is via the Peljesac peninsula.
From Orebic to the bay Dominče on Korcula ferry runs almost every hour.
In addition to the ferry, seaplane to VeleLuke runs from Split, the company European Coastal Airlines.
Information about prices, conditions of travel, flight schedule, such provisions can be found at:
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