The ferry port of Korcula connects Korcula Island with Croatia & Hvar Island with ferry services operated by Jadrolinija.
There is a choice of up to 10 sailings per week from Korcula with the shortest crossing taking around 2 hours 15 minutes.
Use our guide on this page for some quick information or get live Korcula sailing times and prices in our fare search.
Korcula is the 6th largest island in the Adriatic Sea and is located on the south western coast of Croatia.
Like most of the Croatian islands, the Greeks, who gave it the name Korkyra Melaina or 'Black Corfu' for its dark and densely wooded appearance, first settled Korcula, in the 6th century BC.
Today, the island of Korčula represents a unique fusion of beautiful nature, thousands of years of cultural tradition and history, and modern tourism.
Numerous beautiful beaches and bays, luxurious hotels and summer houses, century old olive groves and vineyards, and ancient towns and villages on the island which seem as if they have remained lost in some long past time attract tourist from all over the world.
Korcula town is tucked onto a small hilly peninsula at the northeastern tip of Korcula island.
Coming from the mainland, take the car ferry from Ploce to Trpanj (30 min), then drive across the Pelješac peninsula to the car ferry from Orebic to Domince (15 min ).
There’s one bus every day from Dubrovnik (3 hours), one from Zagreb (12 hrs) and one a week from Sarajevo (8 hrs).
Six daily buses link Korcula town to Vela Luka (1 hr), but services are limited at the weekend.
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Korcula Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Korcula Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!