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Sea transport to Orebić

With the ferry that connects the plates and place Trpanj on the peninsula, there is a ferry and passenger vessel that connects Orebic and Korcula.

Ferry lines 633 ( between plate and affliction in the season drives up to seven times a day, at intervals of 2.5 hours, while off-season, which goes up to three times daily. The trip takes about an hour, and the price in one direction is 138 kuna for a car and 32 kunas for passengers. The first ferry from moving plate during the season at 5:00, and the last at 20:00, while driving from Trpanj 6:00 to 21:00 hours.

Ferry lines 634, between Orebic and Korcula DOMINČE on in the season drives up to 18 times a day, almost every hour, while off-season runs less frequently. The ride takes about 20 minutes, and the price in one direction is 76 kuna and 16 kuna car for passengers. The first ferry from Orebic move during the season at 4:00, and the last at 00:30, while DOMINČE drive from 3:30 to 00:01 hours.

Travel Line Mediterranean voyage ( between Orebic and Korcula town during the season runs up to 15 times a day, with the first departure from Orebic at 5:20 and the last at 23:20, and from the sails of Korcula 5:00 to 23:00 hours. Price of a ticket is 12 kuna.

Bus ride to Orebić

Autotrans ( departs daily from Zagreb to Vela Luka on Korcula, and some of the stations are Zadar, Split, Ston and Orebic. Bus from Zagreb leaves at 19:30 and arrives at 5:45 pm, and the price of a ticket costs 254 kuna. In return, the bus moves from Orebic at 20:15 and arrives in Zagreb 7:00.

Road transport to Orebić

If you arrive in Orebic from Zagreb, ie the northern Croatian, you can choose from several routes to the peninsula. One is the highway Zagreb-Split-Dubrovnik, where he goes out to the last node Ravča, and since summer 2011. The node that is Vrgorac. Then it descends to the plate and take the ferry to Trpanj on the peninsula, after which still awaits 20-minute drive to Orebic.

The second route, the highway Zagreb-Split, after which the coastal road runs through Omis and Makarska to Ploce and then ferry the same as in the previous features, the peninsula.

The third route is the one of ‘land’ and, once they arrive in Ploce, just continue to Neum and the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, and then through Ston on to Orebic.

Tourists from the Dubrovnik-Neretva county should not cross the border with Bosnia or to ride the ferry, but only state roads D8 and D414 arrive in Orebić.

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