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|Start point: Korcula island|
|Walking: Island of Korčula, south shore, hill of Smrc|
Korčula is one of the largest and most wooded islands of Croatia. 65% of the island is covered by dense Mediterranean vegetation of pine forest flourishing with aromatic and medicinal plants, without forgetting the many varieties of flowers. Main activities of the local people are sea fishing, shipbuilding, stone cutting, viticulture, olive and citrus cultivation along with fig and almond trees.
Next to natural beauties, this island offers rich cultural Heritage, with remains of different Mediterranean civilisations each time period leaving traces on the ground of the island's history. Streets and alleys, monasteries, palaces and houses, built by hand with local stone, creates a vast mosaic displaying different times and cultures.
We start our walk fom Zrnovo, in the island's centrum following the age-old path used by people and villagers, going towards the South Coast's hills. We go trough vineyards and olive groves as we make our way to the strands of Bratinja luka and Orlanduša, located on the island's South Coast. Of course, there will be time set aside for swimming in the Adriatic sea. After this we walk up to the hill of Smrč to have a lunch in a admirable little farm. Further, we trail trough the pine forest, with possibility to swim in the Bay of Pavja luka.
Lastly we stroll trough the dense Mediterranean vegetation, on the way to the hamlet of Postrana, where we finish our full day's walking. On request there can be an arranged transfer to and from the start point of your boat trip from: Korcula, Orebic, also a specialised guide and lunch of local seafood