Kula Svih Svetih, Korcula Town

#4 of 7 in Historic Sites in Korcula Island
Historic Walking Area · Landmark
Offering sweeping views of the sea, the coast, and neighboring islands, Kula Svih Svetih remains one of Korcula's twelve defensive towers. This 15th-century truncated tower on the southeast side of the old town was named after the nearby All Saints Church. Tourists love taking photos with antique canons that sit on its flat top terrace pointing seaward. Recently, the archeologists have discovered two 17th-century stone busts in the tower and an interior stairway. Dimly lit by night, the tower is a good place to have a romantic moment or wait for the sunrise. Take a look at our Korcula Town day trip planner to schedule your visit to Kula Svih Svetih and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Kula Svih Svetih is curretly archaeological excavation site. There is a wooden bridge so you just walk over it. Cannons are not there. The view is still beautiful.  more »
  • Kula Svih Svetih (means Tower of All Saints, a.k.a. Capello Tower) is a truncated tower on the south east side of old town Korcula walls. It is situated on Rampada street , Zakerjan area, and was...  more »
  • Tower of All Saints, locally called Kula Svih Svetih is also called Capello tower or Rampada. It is built 1493, as part of 12 Korcula towers.
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