Stowaway Suites provides guests with front row access to one of the most beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast, in Korčula, Croatia.

Welcome to Stowaway Suites!  We are just a few steps away from the beautiful Adriatic sea, providing guests with private sea view terraces, a private dock, and boat mooring. 

Stowaway Suites is located in the unspoiled bay of Zrnvoska Banja, providing luminous turquoise waters right at your front door. We are located at the quiet end of the bay which provides guests with the opportunity to unwind within our tranquil atmosphere. 

Location, location, location...

Stowaway Suites is located in the most ideal location of Zrnovksa Banja, Korčula. Each suite offers guests with sweeping south facing terrace views of the bay. Stowaway Suites is only a two minute walk to the local grocery store and a short five minute taxi ride from the old town of Korčula,  also known as "little Dubrovnik".

We provide guests with the opportunity to experience Korčula like a local. Whether you want to unwind and relax, or you are looking for adventure, Stowaway Suites provides you with the ability to do both. You can easily spend a day reading a book on your private terrace or dock, while admiring the turquoise colors of the Adriatic sea. If you want some action, take advantage of our private mooring and head to the old town to rent a boat. 


Korčula in the news:

Big 7 Travel ranked Korčula as the 5th best island in the world to visit. {September, 2019}

- Korčula was featured on Jetsetter's list of "15 Secret European Villages You Have To Visit". {July, 2019}

- Conde Naste included Korčula on their list of "Top 8 Islands To Visit In Croatia". {July, 2017}

"The island of Korčula - birthplace of Marco Polo, lies towards the southern end of the Dalmatian coast, less than 100km (62 miles) from Dubrovnik. The Korčula town itself is an amazing walled medieval settlement rising straight up out of the clear blue waters of the Adriatic, with a herringbone pattern of narrow streets and alleys, something like a miniature Dubrovnik with fewer crowds". - Telegraph

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