Vrnik Arts Club

  • Restaurants
  • Korcula and Peljesac
  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
  1. Vrnik Arts Club
    © Tin Orešković
  2. Vrnik Arts Club
    © Tin Orešković
  3. Vrnik Arts Club
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  4. Vrnik
    © Tin Orešković

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

Among all the islets in Korčula’s archipelago, Vrnik has a singularly laid-back air to it, with a town beach of small pebbles and hues so vivid you’ll have trouble deciding between taking a dip and observing the turquoise waters from the docks. Opened in 2018, Vrnik Arts Club offers great, though pricey food on the tranquil terrace in front of what was once the island's school. The standout starters are the fried shrimp, the local hard cheese and pršut — served with melon, candied almonds and olives — and the swordfish ceviche. Among the mains, fresh traditional seafood dishes, some with atypical sides, pastas, and heartier meat options all live up to the setting. While some patrons stay for dessert, others opt for another swim or a round of the boules to the left of the town church, before boarding their vessels and leaving for the day. Much to the joy of fortunate visitors, the church occasionally hosts choral concerts in the evenings. 

Written by
Tin Orešković


Vrnik 10
Opening hours:
9am-midnight daily
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