If you visit the Dalmatian coast in Croatia, I recommended that you go to Korcula. If you've been to Dubrovnik before, it's best to rent a car, as there's only one bus that goes there, and it only goes once a day. From Dubrovnik you can get to Korcula in just over two hours. The roads are narrow but it will be an unforgettable trip with the Sea Dalmatian an exotic emerald colour. You'll have to go to the town of Orebic and from there, take the car ferry linking the peninsula with Korcula Orebic, where they say the traveler Marco Polo was born. In fact, you can visit the house where he was born. Korcula is a small medieveal fishing village. The Land Gate will give you a good welcome to the historic center. Leave your travel guide to one side, and devote yourself to walking and enjoying the breeze.
The entrance to this beach helps you guess what you will find in it. It's a pristine beach surrounded by lush forests. It is important to go in the hours that the sun is at its highest. After 6:00 the beach is well hidden and the sea doesn't have that same enchantment.
We spent 10 days in Croatia. We landed with Iberia in the 'Croatian Monte Carlo', Dubrovnik. We spent the weekend in this amazing city and afterwards, we rented a car and travelled up to the Natural Park.