Lumbarda village

Lumbarda is a small fishermen’s village located on the eastern end of the island of Korcula, few kilometres away from the town of Korcula. The road to Lumbarda passes through a picturesque area of pine woods and olive groves. The village is surrounded by sandy vineyards, the birthplace of the well-known white wine Grk (The Greek), produced from the local grape.

Sandy beaches of Vela Przina, Bilin Zal and Tatinja are among the most popular in the area.

The village is also a tourist centre. Most of its 1200 inhabitants are wine-growers, fishermen and stone-masons, actively participating in the local tourist industry. It has a rich history preserved in the written documents dating back to more than 2.000 years ago, from the Greek times.