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The Croatian islands of Korčula and Pelješac are located at a short distance from Dubrovnik. Via the town of Ston, where you will find the world's longest fortress wall (after the Chinese wall), you will drive onto the Pelješac peninsula. This island is about 70 km long and is known for its fruit, vegetables and delicious wines. See more

Campsites on the islands Korčula-Pelješac

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Take a wine tour and stop off at several wineries for tasting. Also check out the oyster farms that you will find here by the sea. At Orebic you can cross to the island of Korčula in half an hour by boat. The town of the same name is also known as 'Little Dubrovnik'. The marble streets and red roofs of the narrow houses are typical of the villages in this region. You will find many historical sights, including the house where Marco Polo is said to have been born and St. Mark's Cathedral. Together with the wine region of Peljesac and the walled village of Ston, these are the attractions of both islands. A camping holiday on Korčula or Pelješac is definitely worth the trip.