Marco Polo Village, our settlement with mobile homes located in campsite Port 9, situated in the Bay of Shells, only two kilometers away from the Old town of Korčula.
Arriving by car
If you are coming to Korčula from the north, the simplest way to reach Marco Polo Village is to use A1 motorway
to the Split Exit
and taking a ferry from Port of Split
to Korčula. The other option is to continue on the A1 motorway
until the Ploče Exit
and then to take Adriatic Highway (D8)
. After short ride through Bosnia and Herzegovina and passing Bistrina bridge
turn right to leave Adriatic Highway (right next to the petrol station INA) and continue on the D414 road
all the way to the little town of Orebić. From there you take a ferry to get you to Korčula island.
From the direction of Dubrovnik you take Adriatic Highway (D8)
to reach Pelješac peninsula and D414 road
that gets you to the town of Orebić and ferry to Korčula.
Information for drivers: Croatian Auto Club
Arriving by ship/ferry
Boat lines connect Korčula with various Croatian ports. Some of them are:
- Ferry lines from Split, Ploče and Orebić
- High-speed coastal line Rijeka-Korčula-Dubrovnik
- Catamaran lines Split-Vela Luka, Split-Korčula and Dubrovnik-Korčula
- 10-minute ferry ride Orebić-Korčula every hour on the hour
Information available at: Jadrolinija.hr
Arriving by bus
There are regular bus lines from Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Sarajevo.
Information: Korčula Bus Station, tel. +385 60 373 060
Arriving by plane
Korčula nearest airports are Dubrovnik Airport and Split Airport both convenient to reach the island. From these cities you can take car, bus or ferry to get to Korčula.
Information available at: Dubrovnik Airport
, Split Airport
Arriving by train
Zagreb and other northern cities are well connected with Split from where you can take a car, bus or ferry to reach Korčula.
Destinations and time tables can be checked under HŽ Passenger transport