The apartment Green) we offer is a new one, it is resident in an inlet name Mikulina luka (little port) in Vela Luka bay on island Korcula.
The apartment is out 3 km from place Vela Luka 30 m distance from the sea. Suitable for young family 2+ 2 persons, 3+1, persons or singl couple
It consists of living room together with little kitchen 15m2 (1/1 ledge). The room (16m2) has a king bed 1/2 and further a extra bed (summa 3 ledges).
There is a bathroom with shower hot and could water. The apartment has all necessary equipments.
In front of living room is outdoors with table and chairs under the olive tree the sea look. Usage the barbecue is avaible. Pets are not allowed
Orientation of apartment is S-N
The nature is very nice non-touched as in old times There are olive trees nearby the sea.
VELA LUKA (4.464 inhabitants) is today the biggest town on the island. It is situated in a deep bay at the very western end, 47 km from the town of Korcula,. Vela Luka is at the same time both the oldest and the youngest settlement on the island. Vela Spilja (Big Cave) - the most significant evidence of prehistoric Korcula - is on the hill Spilinski rat, northwest from the town itself, and 100 meters above sea level. A rich Neolithic culture of Hvar circle (3200 years B.C.), this branch was communicating by sea with its neighbors of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean. An important collection of finds is exhibited in the Ethnographic Museum in the palace of Franulovic-Repak near the parish church. There are also articles from the Hellenic and early middle Ages in the region of Vela Luka. Later on, human in this area life became scarce due to the danger of living in an unprotected environment near the sea. The bay was used as e harbor and trading port for Blato where is sanctuary of St Marija Petkovic. A new political situation and the subsequent ending of fear from pirate attack brought a quick renewal of life in this bay. After the arrival of its first modern inhabitants in 1795, Vela Luka has rapidly become the biggest Korcula settlement. The local people work mostly in the shipyard that constructs plastic boats, then in the fishing boats and the sardine factory. There is also work in hotels and smaller industries but chiefly they cultivate their olive groves. Vela Luka is the greatest producer of olive oil in Croatia. The parish church of Saint Joseph is in the very middle of Vela Luka. It is a to-Baroque building from 1846-48, in front of which there is a very interesting public cistern for drinking water dating from 1930. The Museum with the Neolithic collection, ethnographic collection, and with the gallery of works by sculptors and painters who were working in Vela Luka in the 1960-s during the summer symposiums, is situated between the church and the wharf. There is one outstanding sculpture by the great Henry Moore. The oldest local church of Saint Viceniz, from 1489 is in the vicinity
If you like nature and quiet vacation, outside inhabited places in the bay and close the sea welcome to the apartments located in the inlet, "Mikulina port The family house is located west cca. 2-3 km from Vela Luka, and only 30 m from the pebble beach. The house is isolated from neighbors, which gives a special charm quiet holiday in the shade of olive trees. The natural environment is suitable for jogging and bicycle tour as well as for all water sports. There are possibilities to rent a boat, , scooter. and bicycles too.
You can enjoy of authentic dishes and drinks prepared in the host organization. if you wish it for low cost
If you are arriving by car over harbour Split we recommend that you join the queue at Vela Luka Lane, Pier 27, at least 2-3 hours before departure. In the meantime you can visit the centre of Split: Diocletian's Palace, the Green and Farmer's open markets, and numerous shops and boutiques. You can also take refreshments on the waterfront (the famous Riva) in one of many cafes and restaurants.
If you are arriving by coach, train or plane over a.Split, then your last stop is the ferry harbour where it is easy to catch one of the ferries departing at 10.15 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day, or the catamaran departing at 3 p.m.
If you are not travelling by car we recommend you rent one in Vela Luka at one of the agencies. This way you can save money on your travelling expenses as well as having freedom of movement on the Island. Your host will be glad to assist with rental bookings.
On arrival at Vela Luka your kind host will meet you and take you to the apartment of your choice: Green, Vanilla,Blue,
Now it is possible reach Vela luka with sea plane from Split twice a day It last only 20 minutes