Eating in Korcula and shopping
We had lunch in a small restaurant of Korcula, testing the guide’s lesson explaining us that the streets were broken in angles in the sea side, to cut the freezing winds in winter, and straight inland side to allow the flow of refreshing summer breezes.
We were cool, in the esplanade, but the lunch was banal. Nothing to remember nor complaint. However, descending to the walls by the sea, we discovered a long series of restaurants with excellent look, and, competing door to door, they must have a good quality-price ratio.
Crafts from Korcula
Commerce is not very intense in the island, but around the fortress it’s easy to find many shops and stalls, more dedicated to tourists than to locals. If buying a souvenir is important, there is a large choice, from the “local” artefacts made in China to the real ones.