First row to the Sea Building land for sale, located in Vela Luka, Korcula Island. It is a big building land for sale covering 827 sq meters.
It is located in the first row to the sea on an attractive part of Vela Luka Area, Korcula Island. This seafront land for sale on Korcula island is facing south, located 5 km from the town of Vela Luka.
There is car access to the land and water and electricity connections are nearby. The water pipeline is currently in the connecting process. On this seafront land for sale, it is possible to construct a large villa of about 500 square meters with pool. The land is located inside the building zone, residential area. Only a few houses are in the neighborhood. The land is covered with pine wood. Seashore is rocky. The border on the sea line is about 17 meters length.
In Vela Luka is possible to moor boat over the winter time in a local marina.
Korcula is one of the most densely wooded islands in the Adriatic. The landscape of the island of Korcula is enriched by olive groves and vineyards which represent a traditional source of life and income for the population of the island of Korcula. Korcula is considered as the pearl of the southern Dalmatia and offers to its visitors picturesque walled old town of Korcula, magnificent coastal panoramas, dreamlike fishing villages, and stunning coves. The coast of the island of Korcula is very indented with a large number of bays and coves. It’s north shore is rather low and easily accessible with several natural harbors: Korcula, Banja, Racisce, Vrbovica, Babina, and Prigradica. The island of Korčula represents a unique fusion of beautiful nature, thousands of years of cultural tradition and history, and modern tourism. Numerous beautiful beaches and bays, luxurious hotels and summer houses, centuries-old olive groves and vineyards, and ancient towns and villages on the island which seem as if they have remained lost in some long past time attract tourist from all over the world to this island. Korčula is among the most beautiful and best preserved medieval towns on the Croatian coast and in all of the Mediterranean and is often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik.