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I would suggest you to overnight in Kuna on Peljesac
small village with great tavern ‘Konoba Antunovic’
tel: +385 20 742 035
good wine, good food, lovely atmosphere..
locals rent rooms in the village.
Re: travelling from Mljet to Korcula there is a page with detailed travel options – ferries, buses, private transfers.
Getting from Mljet to Korcula by public transport – all options now listed on this page :
for day trips from korcula to mljet check this fast boat excursion:
no , there is not :/
Saturday departure from Dubrovnik to Korcula is at 9:15
ferry departs from Dubrovnik Gruz ferry terminal
and arrives in Korcula Town (see this map)
Additional info for your travel from Dubrovnik to Korcula is about Bus from Dubrovnik airport to the Old town:
no need to overnight in Dubrovnik – check this option >> transfer from dubrovnik to korcula for 30 euro per person one way >>
taxi will be much more expensive (about 180 Euro one way)
The 6am morning ferry is the easiest option.
Other options are from Vela Luka
which is about 1 hrs drive from Lumbarda.
I hope this helps a bit.
Can you tell me what ferry options i have and what times they go? i understand there are less ferries off-season so just want to mkae sure we get back in time for our flight on 6th October at 7pm.
check all timetables for ferries to and from Mljet at this page:August23, 2012 at 8:19 am in reply to: car ferry from Korcula to Drvenik and Drvenik to Hvar #22318
the easiest way is to leave car in korcula and take morning ferry to hvar:
take bus from korcula to prapratno and then ferry to mljet:
there are also local agencies that organise trip to mljet by speedboat.
they charge from 150 to 250 kuna and mor for one way, depending of season ei. number of people in the boat.
re accommodation – check this link
yes, it is possible – check all ferry schedules here
bus from korcula to ston lease every morning at 6.45 am.
the bus stop is in korcula town. very close to ferry port.
buses has no numbers – just destination names.
take v.luka-korcula-dubrovnik bus. it stops in ston.August23, 2012 at 8:07 am in reply to: How can I get from Korcula bus station to hotel Bon Repos? #22343
yes, there are taxies at bus station in Korcula which will take you to Bon repos hotel.
the price is about 50 kuna one way.August23, 2012 at 8:06 am in reply to: a comprehensive schedule of ferries from Split to Korcula #22344
you will find the list of all ferries at this page:
the prices are from 15 to 100 kuna one way per foot passenger, depending of ferry route.
yes, there are small boats to rent in korcula.
when you arrive, you can easily find one via local rent offices.
yes, you should be able to find beach parasol in several shops in korcula
yes, there is a daily bus to Korcula from Dubrovnik including Sundays all year around.
Also, from June to September, there is a ferry to Korcula
split to vela luka is a local ferry and is not bookable online.
you can buy your ticket once you arrive in split.
there will be plenty of places available..
you can not book local ferries in advance.
there is a ferry/catamaran that sails on Fridays to Korcula from Dubrovnik, departs 09.15 am:
check also this topic:
all local buses to and from Smokvica are listed here:
all ferries to korcula are listed here
yes, there are local agencies offering speed boat service to any destination in the aquatorium.
however, it can be unreliable due to unpredicatble weather conditions as that is quite a long journey on the open seas.
btw – did you consider going via hvar on tuesdays?
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