The walled medieval town of Korčula, on the island of the same name – one of my favourite spots on the Croatian Adriatic, frequently touted as the birthplace of the Venetian traveller Marco Polo (which it may, or may not, have been, though he was certainly captured by the Genoese in a naval battle not far from here).

Cukarin cake shop
The town of Korčula, with the mountains of the Pelješac peninsula in the background
Evening light on the facade of St Mark’s Cathedral
Sculpture (note the rather fanciful ‘elephant’) on the facade of St Mark’s Cathedral
Franciscan monastery on the island of Badija, just offshore from Korčula
Fishing from the rocks
Click here to see more images of Korcula.
Photos © Rudolf Abraham. No unauthorized use.



  1. What beautiful photos of our wee town. Looking forward to seeing you here in July.

  2. Reblogged this on sebasilver and commented:
    Fabulous Korcula photos via the blog of award winning travel writer and photographer Rudolf Abraham. We hope you enjoy his work as much as we do.

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