Remains of fortifications which testify to a long history of repulsed invasions can be found throughout the area. The most known islands of this area are Korčula, Lastovo and Mljet, very popular for sailing.
With its sublime location, overlooking the blue waters of the Adriatic, DUBROVNIK is one of the world's most magnificent walled cities. It's a UNESCO world heritage site and Croatia's most known destination. Don't miss visiting Dubrovnik city walls and the main street Stradun. If you want to enjoy the breathtaking view of the town, take Dubrovnik cable care to the hill Srđ.
The town of Korčula, known as the birthplace of the adventurer and traveller Marco Polo, is sprung up on a small peninsula overlooking the Pelješac channel. The wealth of its stonemasonry and architecture has been winning visitors over for centuries.
The island of Mljet hides under its wing the very first national park of the Adriatic. A heaven for sailors and a common target for pirates, Mljet island is today an essential destination, recommended by numerous global magazines and guides. Many agree Mljet is precisely the place where the mythical Ulysses lived for seven years entranced by the nymph Calypso.
DUBROVNIK OLD TOWN – world-famous cultural site
MARCO POLO'S HOUSE IN KORČULA – situated in the very heart of the old town
MLJET NATIONAL PARK – two seawater lakes and a large coral reef
LASTOVO NATURE PARK – reserve of inviolate nature