Top Choice Dalmatian in Korčula Island

Konoba Mate

Our favourite place to eat on the entire island has the unlikely setting of the sleepy farming village of Pupnat, 11km west of Korčula Town. The menu is short but universally tempting, offering unusual twists on tru…
Mediterranean in Korčula Town

LD Terrace

The LD stands for Lešić Dimitri and it's no surprise that Korčula’s most elegant accommodation should also have its finest restaurant. The setting is magnificent, with a chic upstairs dining room as well as romantic…
Seafood in Korčula Town


As well as being a brilliant place to watch the sunset, Aterina serves an excellent selection of Italian-influenced seafood dishes. The daily specials are the main show – chalked up on a blackboard to reflect the da…
Dalmatian in Korčula Island

Konoba Belin

It's all about the barbecue (which dad is firmly in control of) at this friendly family-run place in the old part of Žrnovo, 2.5km west of Korčula Town. Expect lots of grilled fish and meat; if you call ahead, they'…
Dalmatian in Korčula Island

Konoba Maslina

With everything you’d want from a rural konoba (simple family-run eatery), this traditional place offers rustic character and honest country cooking. Fresh fish, lamb, veal and local cheese feature prominently. It’s…
Dalmatian in Lumbarda

Agroturizam Zure

Grk and plavac mali wines, liqueurs, olive oil, vegetables, cheese and dried ham are produced at this family-run farm, and the owners also catch fish on an almost daily basis. If you want to experience a slice of th…
Dalmatian in Korčula Town

Konoba Adio Mare

Right in the heart of the old town, this popular restaurant's covered rooftop terrace might just be the busiest place in Korčula. The menu focuses on Korčulan specialities such as brodet (fish stew), pašticada (spic…
Modern European in Korčula Town


Upmarket Filippi occupies arguably the best building on the east promenade, with beautiful Renaissance windows, but on a summer's night you're going to want to nab a table under the pines overlooking the water. The …
Deli in Korčula Town


This deli-style place bakes sweet Korčulan creations such as klašun (walnut pastry) and amareta (a round, rich cake with almonds). It also sells wine, jam and olive oil from the island.
Pizza in Vela Luka


Set on a little square just off the main waterfront promenade, Baltoni dishes up noteworthy pizza and pasta dishes. Breakfast options include omelettes, bacon and eggs, and a continental spread.