We depart for the points southward on the Dalmation coast of Croatia. So we've decided to take a 3-hour car ferry to carry our rental to the next stop - Korčula. The medieval town is recognized as being the birthplace of the world explorer Marco Polo. It's a laid back little resort town with meandering cobblestone streets, cute little shops, and assorted cafes, pubs and restaurants.
After arrival, we head to the other side of the island with the recommendation of our host to grab some eats and find a beach that isn't all rocks and stones.
After a good swim, upon recommendations of the guide book, we stopped at a couple small family wineries to get some of the regions characteristic dry white wines.
The next morning the tour of the old town begins...
Evidence of Venice - a Venetian lion.
Marco Polo stuff seen about town.
Many nice sailing boats seen around the peninsula town.
Across the channel, to the north, on the next island, vineyards are spotted on the bluffs.
Another rendition of something we saw in Split - it doesn't submerge, but you sit within it and view the sea-life through a glass bottom - we passed, again.
Back to our lodging, yes, this is the view out our window.
Charter yachts rafted up for the evening on the town wharf.
We finished the day "rafted" up to a couple brews at a local brewery.