The marina Lumbarda is located about 6 km east of the town Korčula on the island of the same name in southern Dalmatia. It provides an ideal alternative to the often crowded harbor ACI Marina Korčula but also for anyone planning a trip to the nearby national park Mljet and island Lastovo, is a great starting point.
The drive-in is simple and easy to spot at the entrance to the curved breakw...
ater at night. The marina is indeed well protected from the tides by this breakwater, but when Bora comes too strong, the wind lays in the harbor. Marina Lumbarda offers 115 berths throughout the year, all with mooring lines and electricity and water connections. However, the mooring lines are not long enough in some places and are likely to get caught in the screws. The only sanitary facilities have a limited number of showers and toilets available and you need a key to enter. However, during peak times it can lead to longer waiting times and hot water is not always available. The nearest gas station is next to the ferry pier in Korčula.
Shopping in Lumbarda Lumbarda has a supermarket and only that supermarket. However, there is a regular bus to Korčula and there are sufficient supply opportunities in the village. Next to a supermarket, a bakery and a butcher in this historic city, you can also buy fresh fruits and vegetables in the market.
Food and Leisure in Lumbarda Marina Lumbarda has a café-bar and there are many restaurants, taverns and bars that provide for the physical well-being in the area. But you can also take a taxi or the bus to Korčula to enjoy local restaurants and taverns with wider selection of fine Mediterranean dishes.
Lumbarda is a small seaside resort and you’ll have plenty of rest without much tourist offers. Korčula, on the other side, is worth seeing, with its beautiful old town, buildings and churches dating from the Roman period to the Middle Ages, and also because of the legend that the famous explorer Marco Polo was born here.
Number of berths:115
-watch out for marked bad shallows 90 m NW of the harbour light. -shallow along the E and SW shores.
Wir haben die Marina Lumbarda über mySea reserviert und waren sehr zufrieden. Als wir gegen 18 Uhr in die Marina eingelaufen sind, hat man uns erst abgewisen. Als wir dann unsere Reservierung erwähnten haben wir in der Tat den letzten Platz bekommen :-)
Die Marina Lumbarda ist recht klein aber sehr nett. Freundliches Personal, kleiner Strand in der Nähe und gute Konobas.
Ruhige, kleine Marina. Äusserst freundliche Marineros, die auf Bitte des Skippers ein Boot schon mal übernehmen und "einparken".
Reservierung dringend empfohlen. Heute (5.7.2016) wurden um 12 Uhr schon einige Crews abgewiesen, weil alle Plätze reserviert waren.