Arrival on Korcula island

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You can arrive at your holiday destination on island of Korcula by car, bus, train, aeroplane or ferry, or a combination of any of the mentioned possibilities.

We wish you a pleasant and happy journey from your starting point to the  island of Korcula.



By CAR :

First to Split and than take ferry or catamaran to Vela Luka or Korcula town(Korcula island).

The highway A1 Zagreb-Split, since being finished in 2005, supplemnets and connects the two vital European road routes (E 59) Maribor-Zagreb-Split and (E 65) Rijeka-Split-Dubrovnik.

Usefull informations:

Road assistance ? HAK ?Dial 987 for 24 hour technical assistanceInfo centar: (01) 4640 800Web: www.hak.hr To inform the police about the traffic accident call  92


By BUS : 


From capital city Zagreb or also from Dubrovnik directly to Vela Luka. Bus tickets can be bought at the bus terminal.  From all big cities first to Split, than either by hydrogliser or car  ferry to Vela Luka or Kor?ula Town. From Drvenik / south of Makarska/ or Orebi? /Peninsula Pelja?ac/ by car ferry to Kor?ula harbour and then by bus to Vela Luka. The Adriatic Coastal Road and roads leading inland, connect Split with the neighbouring country of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The city is also connected by regular lines throughout the entire year with all of the most impotant tourist centres on the Adriatic Coast (with Dubrovnik, Makarska, Sibenik, Zadar, Rijeka and Pula) and with just about all of the larger cities in the continental part of the Croatia (Knin, Karlovac, Zagreb, Varazdin and Osijek) neighbouring countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mostar, Sarajevo, Zenica, Tuzla), Slovenia (Maribor, Ljubljana), Hungary (Budapest) as well as international lines from Trieste and Munich.

In the summer months,  lines exist in all directions. Departures from Split and to Split and also from Dubrovnik and to Dubrovnik.

International lines, tel. +385 1 6157 938
www.akz.hr, www.ak-split.hr/, www.autotrans.hr

By TRAIN :


From Zagreb to Split and then the same as by bus. The railway station in Split is situated in the very center of the city, near Diocletian's palace. It has an advantage of being in the immediate vicinity of the bus terminal, the ferry and ports, and the air terminal. Split is connected with Zagreb.

In the full tourist season, there are also quite a few extra trains running. From Zagreb and from Split cars can be transported by train.

The sleeping cars are available on all railway station at this office:
CROATIA EXPRESS, Obala kneza Domagoja 8, tel.:385 20 342-645, fax: 362-408. This office is open every day from 6.30 a. m. till 20 p. m.

Main Railway Station in Zagreb,
Information, tel. 060 333 444
International lines, tel. +385 1 4573 283
www.hznet.hr

By PLAIN : 


To Split Airport at Kastela, tel.: 203-506 (information), 203-555 (centrale), 203-423 (lost-found service), fax: 203-422.

Only some twenty kilometres far from the ancient Diocletian's town, in the immediate vicinity of lavish hills of the Kastela field and the mediaeval city of Trogir, the Split Airport is situated. It is the most significant Croatian airport on the Adriatic coast.

to Dubrovnik Airport

For taxi services Dubrovnik and airporttransfers we recommend :

Taxi and Transportation service

Taxi and Transportation service Dubrovnik offers regular taxi service, airports transfers,minibus service, sightseeing tours,  group and individual excursions to well known  places in Dubrovnik area,Croatia,  Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Your first partner for all transportation needs in Dubrovnik.

www.taxiservicedubrovnik.com

 

A safe and expedient traffic of passengers and cargo is guaranteed by modern equipment, vehicles and devices, as well as a qualified and experienced staff all the year long, mostly due to the mild Mediterranean climate.

Open daily between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. and longer if required, the airport offers service to passengers on home and international flights of Croatia Airlines, Adria Airways and several charter airlines. With a number of 580.000 passengers in 1995 the Split-Kastela Airport connects Split to Zagreb, Rome, Amsterdam, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Istamboul and Ljubljana, and via Zagreb and Ljubljana to all European and overseas destinations.

The assortment of basic services is extended and complemented by the Split Airport and Dubrovnik Airport own catering: preparing meals on board planes and in restaurants and cafes, shops, consignment sale, duty free shops and other services. The Split-Kastela Airport is more than fully prepared for the Croatian tourist come-back. Welcome!

Split Airport - Departures from Split and to Split
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By FERRY :


First to Split harbour and then by boat or catamaran to Vela Luka or Kor?ula town. Split is the largest and most important passenger port on the Adriatic coast. Maritime and ferry lines connect it with Corfu, Bari, Pescara, Ancona and Venice, as well as with Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Sibenik, Zadar and Rijeka.

Daily local ferry and catamaran lines connect Split with Hvar, Vela Luka, Lastovo and Kor?ula .

 

Trpanj on Peljesac (continue to Orebic)

All information for international and domestic lines as well as tickets and reservations can be obtained in the modern building of the MARITIME-PASSENGER TERMINAL in the city port, Gat sv. Duje 4 and at the ticket counters of companies.

"Jadrolinija" - Departures from Split and to Split
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otok Korcula Croatia
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