Sveti Mihovil, Korcula Town

#3 of 7 in Historic Sites in Korcula Island
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Sveti Mihovil remains a well-preserved piece of Croatian cultural history. Known for its Baroque exterior, which dates back to the 16th century, the church houses a Renaissance pulpit and an altar painting by artist Domenico Maggiotto. Use our Korcula Town online road trip planner to add Sveti Mihovil and other attractions to your Korcula Town vacation plans.
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  • We really got lucky finding it while walking around at night. Though it was closed it was well worth stopping by!  more »
  • Svetog Mihovila (a.k.a. St Michael’s Church) is located just inside the South Gate to the old town Korcula, on Antun and Stjepan Radić Square, facing the Municipal Hall. The original church was...  more »
  • Beautiful! Full of old paintings, icons and relics and pretty iron chandeliers
  • Beautiful old church
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