Korcula Island Map
It is possible to reach Korcula Island in many ways...
Documents required in Croatia:
- valid driver's license,
- car registration card
- Green Card (proof of car insurance)
Traffic regulations in Croatia:
- Traffic drives on the right.
- Speed limit in settlements is 50 km/h (unless stated differently).
- Speed limit out of settlements is 80 km/h (unless stated differently).
- On highways a speed limit is 130 km/h.
- The maximum permitted level of alcohol in the blood is 0,5 ‰
Information on tolls: HAK
Petrol stations are open from 7 am to 7 pm or 8 pm every day and during the summer until 10 pm.
There are also petrol stations that are opened round the clock in the larger towns and on main international routes
all petrol stations sell: Eurosuper 95, Super 98, Normal and Euro Diesel
Road assistance HAK Dial 987 for 24 hour technical assistance (01) 4640 800
To inform the police about the traffic accident call 92.
BY SHIP / FERRY
For the island of Korcula there are daily ferry lines from Split to Vela Luka, from Drvenik (near Makarska) to Korcula, from Orebic (Peljesac) to Korcula, as well as catamaran lines from Split, Hvar, Lastovo to Vela Luka . +385 21 338 333 or online at http://www.korcula.net/grad/pitanja/index.html
International airports in Croatia:
+385(0)16265-222; +385(0)21203-171; +385(0)20773-222; +385(0)52550-900; +385(0)51842-132; +385(0)23313-311; +385(0)31297-438
Brač +385(0)21648-615 (only smaller planes can land at the airport) +385(0)51231-666 (only smaller planes can land at the airport) The national airline company flying to and from Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Copenhagen, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Vienna, Zurich, Tel Aviv, and, seasonally, to Manchester. +385 1 4819 633 web: croatiaairlines.hr
Other airline companies flaying to Croatia: Adria Airways, Aeroflot, Air Bosna, Austrian Airlines, Air France, Avioimpex, British Airways, Crossair, ČSA, Lufthansa, LOT, Malaysia Airlines, Malev, Swissair, Turkish airlines
Bus lines connect all parts of the country. Regular international bus lines connect Croatia with all neighboring countries, as well as most of middle European and west European countries.
Croatia itself has a good national bus network that will take you to any part of the country even to the smallest village.
Bus Terminal Zagreb - Information, tel. 060 313 333; +385 1 6157 938
www.akz.hr, www.ak-split.hr, www.autotrans.hr
The Railway connects all major Croatian cities. There are direct lines to Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Yugoslavia. There are indirect lines to almost all other European countries.
The types of train services that operate in Croatia are the following: EuroCity (EC), InterCity (IC), express (Ex), fast (B), local and accelerated trains. Main Railway Station in Zagreb,
Information, tel. 060 333 444; +385 1 4573 283
Dear Ms. Topali
Thank you very much for your professional and friendly governance to find the best apartment and the key to the cave. For us Vela Luka is connected with your kindliness and we liked Vela Luka and the surrounding. we now travel over Split back to Hamburg /Germany.
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Dear Mediterano, we have been in Nov648 at the beginning of May 2013, and would like to express our sincere appreciation of this house. We found that the location is perfect, it is very calm and remote, within nature and close to the sea. The house is fully equipped, stilish ...
Thank you very much!!! We spent fantastic holidays on Korcula. The calm place and accomodation were very nice. The owner and her hospitality were surprising so we do hope to visit Prizba in future :))) On our way home we spent one day in marvelous, sunny Dubrovnik.
Hope to meet ...