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Lumbarda, island Korčula

old town korcula

Spirit of Korkyra

old town korcula

How to come to Korčula? :)

By car:

If you are coming by car from the north (e.g.  Zagreb, Split) you can take a highway A1 all the way to Ploče, then take a ferry to Trpanj (Pelješac peninsula, 1 hour duration) then drive to Orebić and then take the ferry to Dominče (Korčula ferry port, 10 min duration).

You can also take a direct ferry from Split to city of Vela Luka on island Korčula (3 hours duration).

If you are coming from south (e.g. Dubrovnik) you can drive through Pelješac peninsula and then take a ferry to Dominče (Korčula ferry port, 10 min duration).

By bus:

There are buses from Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik going directly to Korčula town.

By ferry boat from Split:

Take a ferry boat from Split to city of Vela Luka (Korčula),  and then take bus to the town of Korčula and then Lumbarda.

By speedboat – catamaran (from Split or Dubrovnik):

Take a speedboat from Split to the town of Korčula, or less convenient take a speed boat to Vela Luka and then bus to the town of Korčula. Be careful in the high season because these tickets can be all sold early in the morning.

Take a speedboat from Dubrovnik to the town of Korčula and then bus , taxi or our pick up to Lumbarda.

By plane:

The nearest Airports are in Dubrovnik and Split.

There is also a Shuttle Bus from Dubrovnik Airport to Pelješac Peninsula and Korčula Island.


Useful links:


Jadrolinija – Ferries and speedboats around the Dalmatian coast

Krilo – High speed ship service (speedboats from Split, Dubrovnik and Mljet)

Agency for coastal Shipping – Useful informations and links on coast lines


Bus station Split

Bus station Dubrovnik

Bus station Zagreb

Autotrans – Bus transfers around Island of Korčula – shuttle bus from Dubrovnik Airport


Airport Split

Airport Dubrovnik

Airport Zagreb

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