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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Korcula Ferry Port

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Korcula Ferry Services

Korcula Guide

Korcula Ferry Port

For those that are familiar with all the tourist destinations that Croatia has to offer, it will come as a surprise that Korcula isn’t among the most popular. Passengers stepping straight off the ferry will witness the impressive architecture and quaint buildings; the quayside is directly beside the medieval historic centre providing an immediate taste of Croatian history. The entire island of Korcula is steeped in history - shipbuilding and maritime have been prevalent for thousands of years, meaning the ferry service is a proud tradition. Korcula has a population nearly entirely consisting of ethnic Croats, boasting a population of just over 15,000 people. It is the second most populated island on the Adriatic Sea, and is labelled ‘Little Dubrovnik’ for its historic buildings and cobbled streets. It is also host to many interesting cultural landmarks, the most famous being the house where legendary explorer, Marco Polo, was born. Whilst that may be the island’s claim to fame, there is also a beautiful cathedral, many uniquely designed streets and several restaurants serving exquisite local food. The charm of the island lies in its small size; it is easy to explore the all the major sights within half a day, meaning the port will be in walking distance for most visitors. The ferry routes from the port are all to other popular areas of Croatia, including the globally recognised tourist areas of Dubrovnik and Split. Most crossings are relatively short and comfortable, with some of the vessels providing the passengers with bars serving food and drink.

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