Ferries to Korcula

Map of ferries to KorculaKorcula Island is well connected with neighbouring islands and the mainland by car ferries as well as by foot passenger ferries. Since the early time ferries are an essential means of transport here so local people are very much used to this kind of transport for goods as well as for people.

At this page, you will find details, timetables, schedules and ticket prices/ fares for all ferries that sail to Korcula Island. It includes info and maps of ferry terminals too. Have a look below and find a ferry that best suits your travel requirements. If you need info for any other ferry in and to Croatia, the best site to look is CroatiaFerries.com

Ferry timetables for ferries that sail to Korcula

Below is a list of ferry timetables and other info grouped by departure destination to/from Korcula. Note that all ferries from Split also stops in Hvar and all ferries from Dubrovnik also stops in Mljet.

Consult this practical ferry map that shows all ferries between Split and Dubrovnik including Korcula, feel free to download it and keep it for future use – see here

Ferries from Split, Brac and Hvar to Korcula Island:

  1. Ferry timetable for catamaran sailing from Split via Hvar to Korcula:
    This ferry sails once a day all year round and at least twice a day in June to September period.
    It is foot passenger only catamaran ferry service from Split to Korcula Town via Hvar – click for timetable info
  2. Ferry Catamaran Split – Milna – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik :
    Daily fast ferry from April to October, 3 times a week in last week of October.
    check timetable and prices + another ferry that sails via Bol and Makarska
  3. Ferry timetable for catamaran sailing from Split to Vela Luka (Korcula) via Hvar to Lastovo: This ferry sails at least once a day (depending on the season). This is foot passenger-only ferry service from Split to Vela Luka – a town on the west coast of Island of Korcula, 50 km away from the town of Korcula. There is regular and reliable bus service that connects this ferry with a town of Korcula – + see the bus to Korcula timetable for connecting bus
  4. Ferry Split – Vela Luka (Island of Korcula) – Lastovo  Timetable: Twice a day car ferry service from Split to Vela Luka – a town on the west coast of Island of Korcula, 50 km away from the town of Korcula. There is regular bus service that connects this ferry with the town of Korcula… check the timetable

Note: Some ferries from Split to Korcula stop over in Hvar (Hvar Island) and some in Milna (Brac Island).

Ferries from Mljet and Dubrovnik to Korcula Island:

  1. Ferry Catamaran Dubrovnik via Mljet to Korcula and further to Hvar, Milna and Split – daily June to October, 4 times a week in May – check info + another ferry that sails further to Bol and Makarska
  2. Ferry Timetable for catamaran sailing Dubrovnik – Sipan- Mljet – Korcula – Lastovo: It sails between June & September – current info and timetable
  3. Ferry catamaran Dubrovnik-Korcula-Hvar-Bol (Brac) – high season, daily foot passenger ferry – info and schedules

Notes: Some ferries from Dubrovnik to Korcula stop over in Mljet and some in Sipan. A daily bus is running from Korcula to Dubrovnik and back – check bus timetable; Read about all ferries from Dubrovnik to Korcula + see all ferries to Dubrovnik

Korcula – Local ferry lines:

Latest forum conversation about ferries:

If you find it confusing or would like help, please ask in ferry travel forum – below are the latest entries:

Ferries to Croatia sailing from Italian ports:

Below is info for some ferries that are sailing from Italy to ferry ports nearest to Korcula:

News and blog entries about ferry travel to Korcula:

Ferries: Rijeka-Split-Hvar-Korcula- Mljet-Dubrovnik

(Update: This line is currently discontinued!)

The largest Croatian ferry company, Jadrolinija, runs ferries that sail all the way along the Croatian coast. On their way, they stop in Korcula town – check below: (Update: This ferry is discontinued  until further notice)  – see the last tickets sold and last sailing of this ferry