Lumbarda is a small picturesque village on the east cap of Korcula island. It counts apx 1200 inhabitants during the year while number of people more than doubles during the holiday season. Village is known, among all, by the oldest written document ever found in Croatia, psefizm of Lumbarda. The psefizm is a stone inscription from 4th century BC that brings us story about life in this unique region from the very ancient time when village was inhabited by ancient Greeks and Illyrians. Lumbarda is also well known as a village of fishermen and agriculturists dedicated to olive and wine production. Hearth of the village is a valley with vineyards, surrounded by several sandy beaches with “tons” of sun during most of the year. Despite it’s tourist character during summer months, Lumbarda still succeeds to preserve environment for quiet but still not boring holidays.