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Or if there are any other cheaper alternatives you could suggest.
There is a daily direct fast ferry catamaran from Vela Luka to Hvar and back, about 1 hr each way journey time – see schedules here:https://www.croatiaferries.com/velaluka-hvar-ferry.htmhttps://www.croatiaferries.com/hvar-velaluka-ferry.htmThis is much cheaper and more convenient option for you >> 40 Kuna one wayFebruary27, 2017 at 10:31 pm in reply to: Getting from Mljet to Korcula with the car, i.e. by car ferry #22544
Currently, there are no car ferries from Mljet to Korcula and I am not sure if Sobra to Korcula will indeed be introduced for this year. It depends of Croatian government.
The alternative route for you is to get by ferry from Sobra to Prapratno
drive from there to Orebic and take ferry to Domnce (Korcula):
Here is a ferry map : https://www.croatiaferries.com/maps/split-dubrovnik-islands-ferry-map/January29, 2017 at 2:35 pm in reply to: Travel from Dubrovnik to Korcula for a couple of days then onto Split #22543
One more question. We will leave Korcula on May 20 and we want to travel to Split. We would like to travel by ferry without a car. Can you please tell us what site is best to book this.
book early morning one (06:00) here:
or afternoon one (18:30) here:
krilo.aktiva-info.hr/frmPregledSlobodno.aspxJanuary29, 2017 at 1:51 pm in reply to: Travel from Dubrovnik to Korcula for a couple of days then onto Split #22541
We are wanting to travel from Dubrovnik to Korcula on May 18/2017 and it does not seem there is a ferry which runs on Thursday. If not is there a bus and can we book it in advance on line?
yes, you can book bus tickets in advance on autotrans.hr site
I am just planning my trip to Korcula in late July. From Korcula I am planning
to go to Bol. If I rent a car what is the quickest way?
I understand there is a foot passenger only Catamaran which goes to Milna which
helps but would need a car ferry. Do I have to go back to the mainland
and drive up the coast or can I go via Hvar?
Hi Paul, you would need to drive up the coast to Makarska and take car ferry from there to Sumartin on Brac island – see schedules here:
This would be the quickest way by car…January4, 2017 at 9:15 pm in reply to: Travel from Dubrovnik to Korcula for a couple of days then onto Split #22539
There is a daily ferry from Korcula to Split all year around.
For Dubrovnik to Korcula the ferries start on 08.05 this year.
You can book in advance Dubrovnik to Korcula on krilo.hr and Korcula to Split on jadrolinija.hr
Can you arrange transfer for me and my wife from Korcula to Dubrovnik? We have 2 suitcases as luggage. We would like to make a quick stop in Ston to try out their oysters, would that affect the price?
Renting snorkel equipment – mask, snorkel, fins – Is there a place to rent the entire snorkel kit around town?
Or would we need to bring our own to snorkel?
I suggest you to bring your own kit.
Do you have any more information about the bus (ticket cost and how long it will take to arrive in Mostar)?
all info about this bus is here : https://www.korculainfo.com/bus/bus-sarajevo-korcula/
note – it runs in high season only (for time being) :-
for out of season travel (May) you would need to change buses as direct one is not running..December4, 2015 at 1:26 pm in reply to: Day trip from Korcula to Medjugorje Is this possible? #22239
Yes, taking ferry from Korcula to mainland is involved. The ferry sailing is just 15 minutes. yes, we can organise a tour to Medjugorje, pls email 8)
here is a page about snorkeling on the island.
i listed there the best snorkeling locations (in my opinion) – have a look:
yes there are good quality bikes to hire in korcula. 🙂 specialised, trek, cannondale, kona are just some of the available bikes. no problem as far as quality is concerned.
yes indeed – some good bikes offered for hire in korcula :
I have heard of Lumbarda beaches like Bilin Zal and Vela Przina and wonder which one is the best one to go to?Is there anything specific we would need to know like, food, drinks, parasols, sea urchins or similar?
All beaches in Lumbarda are on this page: https://www.korculainfo.com/beaches-lumbarda/ – click on particular link to read about both beaches.
Also see map of all beaches on the island here:
sure, this bus is running every day of the year.
We have seen on your website that there were no more ferries ; but that you could organize a boat trip.
Would it be possible for this date ?
As of summer 2015 there is a daily ferry suitable for day trip to Mljet from Korcula.
Check all info here:
Is it possible to go only one way?
Do you have timetables or how it works?
We have two backpack with us.
Can we take them with us?
How much cost with two person?
Yes, you can do one way with your backpacks on this ferry.
All info and prices are here, book it online at krilo.hr:
yes, i can confirm that car ferry from rijeka to dubrovnik is suspended.
yes, car ferry from orebic takes you to korcula island.
all ferries to and from Mljet island are listed here:April14, 2015 at 9:47 am in reply to: 4 of us are travelling from Dubrovnik to Korcula on Saturday #22490
there is daily bus to korcula from dubrovnik departing at 15:00 arriving in korcula at 18:15March23, 2015 at 1:39 pm in reply to: Ferry Catamaran Split – Milna (Brac) – Hvar – Korcula – Dubrovnik #22447
i was talking about completely different ferry, the one which used to run twice a week along croatia coast from rijeka to dubrovnik
all ferries from hvar to korcula are listed here:February20, 2015 at 10:51 am in reply to: ferry trip which involves getting from Split to Brac to Korcula to Dubrovnik #22487
We are trying to plan a trip which involves getting from Split to Brac to Korcula to Dubrovnik. We are finding it impossible to find a ferry from Brac to Korcula? Does one exist and if so, what times/days to they travel please?
Yes, there is a ferry from Brac to Korcula, Split, Mljet and Dubrovnik – check all info here :
We would like to get from Korcula to Mljet on 17th September 2015. Is it possible to make this one way trip on this date and if so, how much would it cost per person?
Yes, there is a daily ferry on this route in September – all info and prices are here:
https://www.korculainfo.com/ferries/ferry-split-milna-brac-hvar-korcula-mljet-dubrovnik/February20, 2015 at 10:35 am in reply to: Ferry Catamaran Split – Milna (Brac) – Hvar – Korcula – Dubrovnik #22445
Dear Stefan, this is indeed daily ferry service which is run by Krilo ferry company – http://www.krilo.hr
Yes, this is hop-on/hop-off service so that you can travel from Korcula-Mljet and a few days later from Mljet-Dubrovnik or any other journey from its listed timetable
Check their website for detailed info and advance booking.
Other ferry, twice a week one, is Jadrolinija’s ferry which is unfortunately discontinued for 2015
in late june there are no morning ferries to korcula from dubrovnik (they start from 01.07
perhaps you can consider to overnight in korcula using this ferry – start afternoon in dubrovnik & return following morning:
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