The island of Korčula and the Pelješac peninsula are easily accessible via Split and Dubrovnik. The Pelješac peninsula has a spectacular coastline, vineyards and hidden coves and beaches. On Pelješac, Ston is definitely worth a visit. This 13th century fortified town is surrounded by the second longest wall in the world! From the town of Orebić take the ferry to Korčula. The beautiful island of Korčula, which has been inhabited since prehistoric times, is an unspoilt island full of history. For example, the walled city of Korčula is the birthplace of the explorer Marco Polo, and in St. Marko's Cathedral you will find works by great Italian painters. On both islands you can enjoy beautiful nature, rich cultural traditions, excellent local wines and even oysters. Unwind on these beautiful Croatian islands at Allcamps.