From the beginning of June until the end of September, you have a larger choice of ferries sailing to Korcula. There are several vessels sailing every day. So it is even easier to plan an island hopping tour during the summer months. Starting from Split or Dubrovnik, you can stop on the islands of Brac, Hvar, Mljet, and of course Korcula.
Choose from the South Dalmatian islands your favourite getaway. Many of our guests say that they especially like Korcula because it is not over-crowded and a very green island.
There are basically 2 ferry companies servicing Korcula island: „Jadrolinija“ and „Krilo“ (also called kapetan Luka). From 1rst of June to 30th of September, you can sail on a daily basis with katamaran, that are fast passenger ferries, up and down the islands along the coast. You can start in the morning or in the evening from both Split or Dubrovnik. Planning your trip, it’s worthwhile to check the timetables of both the mentioned companies. You will surely find a ferry that suites your needs.
If you are new to travelling in Southern Croatia, you might like to take a look at our guide „Getting here“. It’s providing the basic knowledge about how the rest of the world is connected to Korcula. – Well, that’s the way we see it! As islanders, we’ve got used over centuries to live a quite autonomous daily life. However, we happily greet every guest that comes across the sea to visit us.
I might also tell you that the islanders feel quite attached to their ferries. We call them by their names rather than mentioning the departure or arrival time. Newspapers report without fail any news on the ferry operators, and the purchase of a new vessel is happily commented on.
One more hint: If you plan to travel in July and August, it’s wise to get your ticket booked online, well before your journey.