Split, Dubrovnik and Islands Local Ferry Map



Map of Local Ferries of Dubrovnik, Split and Dalmatian Islands:

Map of Local Ferries of Dubrovnik, Split and Dalmatian Islands

Split, Dubrovnik and local islands ferry map: This map shows all ferry lines that connect Split and Dubrovnik as well as all Croatian islands near Dubrovnik. All of these charming islands are popular visitors spots where you can spend a day or two exploring the local culture, nature and beaches.

Between April and October ferries are frequently connecting Dubrovnik and Split stopping on all of the islands so you can easily do island hopping from both cities.

Depending on how much time you have, you can visit some of the islands as a day trip or you can stay longer.

On our island hopping page, you can find some suggestions and links to the articles about possible itineraries.

Here is a list of the islands in the near vicinity of Dubrovnik and Split:

  • Lokrum – popular island to visit from Dubrovnik. It takes just about 20 minutes to get there by ferry.
  • Kolocep – day trip from Dubrovnik to Kolocep is easy – it takes just half an hour to reach the island.
  • Lopud – known for its sandy beaches, a lot of visitors go to Lopud for at least a day. Travelling there by ferry takes just under an hour.
  • Sipan – also part of Elafiti archipelago (Lopud, Kolocep, Sipan + few smaller islands); it takes just 45 minutes to get there from Gruz, Dubrovnik’s ferry port. Great for a day trip.
  • Mljet – a well known Croatian National Park, a day trip to this island is also possible but it is much better if you can stay on the island at least one full day to explore the Park and nearby villages.
  • Lastovo – Croatian Nature Park and the furthermost island from Dubrovnik and Split. A day trip to Lastovo is hardly possible from either city as ferry connections are not frequent enough.
  • Korcula – well known for its culture and nature, the island is on about 2.5 hrs by fast ferry from Split and just under 2 hrs from Dubrovnik. Day trip from both cities is possible in high season – June to September. For the rest of the year, you would need to at least overnight on the island.
  • Hvar – a popular visitors destination and well connected with Split all year round. From Dubrovnik, there are no ferry connections out of season (November to March).
  • Vis – the island has no direct connection with Dubrovnik but it is connected twice a day by ferry with Split. Visit Vis and stay there for at least a day.
  • Bisevo – a tiny island near Vis that has ferry connection only from there.
  • Brac – easy to reach from Split, about 50 minutes slow ferry ride. Infrequent ferries from Dubrovnik (seasonal only routes). Day trip from Dubrovnik is still possible, check timetables on island’s page.
  • Solta – this island is very close to Split situated in its archipelago. A day trip to here is easily done from Split. No ferry connection with Dubrovnik.

Also see connecting ferries from Italy to Croatia, its map, North Adriatic ferry mapZadar local ferry map and Sibenik islands local ferries