Located on the north-eastern tip of the island is Korcula’s Old Town. Because of its medieval landmarks like churches and palaces, as well as Roman ruins dotted around the town, it has often been named as “Little Dubrovnik”. This is certainly the charm of it though, as you can walk around the city at your own pace, embracing the historical element yet enjoying the modern comforts like the bars, restaurants and cafes. During the summer months, Korcula Town will home some sort of event, be it a small music festival or a showcase of local artists, there is likely to be something to wander around. Other things to see in Korcula Town include Lands Gate, the Revelin Tower, the Sea Gate and St Mark’s Cathedral. For those who want to be in the heart of the island, as well as being close to the boat and cruise arrival points, it’s a great place to stay.