According to its geographic position, CROATIA is a Central European and Mediterranean country, which means that it’s in the proximity of large European cities and the climate is of mild Mediterranean one. Croatia is full of breath-taking landscapes, so that almost 10% territory in Croatian consists of protected natural areas. Croatia boasts 11 natural parks, 8 national parks and two nature reserves. The rich histories, tradition, abundance of natural beauty and of course, always friendly  people who accept every Traveller as a good friend, with such good  attributes have made the entire Croatian recognizable destination. Each year more and more Travellers decide on Croatia as a holiday destination so that Croatia is one of the top destinations that tourists visit. Once you visited, you will always want to come back to her.


Croatian jagged coastline greatly contributes to her beauty, so that Croatia has 1,185 islands and islets. The natural beauty of KORČULA ISLAND and its well-indented coastline is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. Korcula is the second largest Croatian island and the most populous and has one of the oldest histories because of its ideal living conditions. Island is framed with 195 preserved bays and 48 islets and headlands. Korcula has the most abundant vegetation in the Adriatic, is covered by hundreds of sorts of aromatic Mediterranean plants, lush pine forests, Mediterranean oak forests, countless olive groves, vineyards. One of the greatest advantages of Korcula as a tourist destination is a purity and clarity of the sea which surrounds it. After Dubrovnik and Split, Croatia’s top destinations are the islands which are most visited and most popular among tourist destinations. Korcula Island is located halfway between Dubrovnik and Split. A rich offer of accommodation ensures satisfaction of each Traveller!

- From the direction of Rijeka use A6 and connect to the A1, from Zagreb A1 to Split (exit Split) for the Split ferry port, or to Dubrovniku (exit Ploce) to the port of Ploce.

- From the direction of Dubrovnik to the ferry port Orebic on the Peljesac peninsula.

For travelling by car, please check road conditions before traveling and check the interactive
Alternative roads are the Adriatic Highway (DC8), which leads along the coast, or road E71 which passes through Karlovac in the Croatian inland.

- Split has two ferry lines a day to Vela Luka

- From Ploce to Trpanj on the Peljesac peninsula

- From Orebic to Korcula town (port Dominče)

The ferry embarks passengers and cars. For passengers who travel by car purchased ticket does not guarantee a place on the ferry, so that in high season it is necessary to get a few hours before in the port of Split. Ferry Orebić - Korčula (port Dominče) runs almost every hour.

- Split to Vela Luka runs one catamaran line daily

- Split for Blato (port Prigradica) runs one catamaran line daily in season (2:06 to 1:10)

- Split to Korcula runs one catamaran line daily, and during the season two catamaran lines daily

- Dubrovnik to Korcula town runs one catamaran line during the season

Catamaran loads solely passengers. Due to the limited number of tickets, and a large number of destinations to where the catamaran stops, it is always a good to buy a ticket a couple of hours in advance.

For the island of Korcula, operates  a direct bus line from Zagreb (via Split) and from Dubrovnik and they are in service all year round, but during the season there are direct international lines from Sarajevo and Belgrade. More information on bus travel can be found at

- Split airport to Split downtown, from Split airport there are regularly bus and mini buses (shuttle bus) lines at affordable prices The journey takes between 30 to 50 minutes, depending on the density of traffic on the road.

- Dubrovnik airport to the bus station in Dubrovnik after each flight runs bus line, but there is a possibility of taxi and hire car. Since the Dubrovnik is badly connected with the island of Korcula, please check our arrival on the island of Korcula on the same day before purchasing flight tickets.

- It is possible to travel by train to Split from Zagreb or other railway stations in Croatia or coming from major European cities please check your local railway service provider From Split, continue your journey to the island, already mentioned by bus or ferry.

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