Situated on the western side of the island of Korčula (Croatia) in a large bay dotted with many tiny islets and surrounded by tranquil inlets, Town of Vela Luka is an oasis of Dalmatia and Mediterranean influences: mild climate, unpolluted sea and air, olive groves, fig trees, tuneful melodies.
Vela Luka is surrounded by the richness and beauty of Nature. It is the 2nd largest settlement on the Adriatic islands, a safe harbor for seafarers.
The cultural identity of Vela Luka arises from the traditional merging of man and nature. A few kilometers from the center of Vela Luka we find traces of early human settlement at the "Vela Spila" cave. Archeological finds from Vela Spila can be viewed at the Cultural Centre in Vela Luka. Also view the numismatic collection and the only Henry Moore sculpture in Croatia.
Gradina buoy field
This cove offers good protection against most winds except the west. Boyas are checked by the local harbor master's office but can also be used by guests of the Siloko restaurant. The bay is quite shallow so it warms up early and is suitable for swimming in earlier months.
Book your buoy here.