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Lumbarda Marina, Dubrovnik-Neretva, Croatia

Lumbarda Marina is situated in Lumbarda Bay, on the Korcula Island, in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county. This port is open all-year-round and it provides a complete set of essential amenities to anyone who seeks a marina marina berths for rent in this area. Lumbarda Marina has more than 100 moorings and it can accommodate boats whose maximum length reaches 30 meters. This port is surrounded by a beautiful natural setting and it is only minutes away from Lumbarda's commercial area where tourists will find bars, shops, restaurants, and accommodation facilities.Korcula Island is a perfect getaway for a vacation that will help anyone chill out and recharge the batteries. Some of the most impressive places on this island are Vela Spila, the Hum Mountain, Pupnatska Luka, the Žitna beach with its utterly blue sea, the Zakerjan Beach. Those who want to get a better grasp of the place can also visit its historic attractions like the Town Museum, Korcula Town Gate, the House of Marco Polo, the Bishop's Treasury.

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Attractions in Dubrovnik-Neretva

Dubrovnik is an old, Croatian city with a population of 42 600 people that represents one of the most remarkable touristic destinations from the Adriatic Sea and the centre of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Its original name was Raguza but it changed to Dubrovnic in 1918. This city has been included on the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites and it recovered quickly and impressively from the earthquake that severely damaged the entire territory and from the war in 1990.

This location is extremely special where the mountains meet the sea and they create a unique union between water and earth. The city is often called “the Pearl of the Adriatic” because of the complexity of beautiful places that it owns and the rich culture that endured so many years, since the 7th century. This location is extremely accessible and it includes both affordable and luxurious places. However, there are a few cultural and historical values an... more info