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    Luli G
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    My family and I (pax 5) are travelling to Croatia en August.

    We are planning to visit Dubrovnik, Hvar, Korkula and Mjlet but we are having problems in finding ferries for each track as there are many lines and we do not know which one to buy or if we can take the car with us or not.

    I will really appreciate if you could help me regarding which line of ferry to take within each island, and if there is any possibility of booking the ferry in advance.

    If it is not possible to book in advance ferries, do they have high frequency so as to avoid being left in an island due to limited capacity?

    Thanks very much in advance! I will help me a lot, I am a bit lost

    #2443

    Mate
    Guest

    To explore your possible journeys I suggest you to start with Dubrovnik ferries page

    https://www.croatiaferries.com/dubrovnik-ferry-port.htm

    as well as islands page:

    https://www.croatiaferries.com/croatia-islands-ferries.htm

    On each schedules page it is indicated if you can take car by ferry.

    Re possibility of booking the ferry in advance – most of local ferries are not possible to book in advance but it is very unlikely you will be left in an island due to limited capacity.

    #2444

    Luli G
    Guest

    Thanks for the information!
    Do you recommend travelling with car within islands? Is it useful?
    And what about having car in Dubrovnik?

    Thanks!!

    #2445

    Mate
    Guest

    Personally, I don’t take cars on the islands…you can always rent one for a day or two if you need it. Just use buses and ferries to go around.

    Same applies for  Dubrovnik > public transport is good, taxis are always available. Also it is easy to walk around as it is not very large city

    No car = no trouble with parking = no trouble with ferry booking = cheaper & happier holiday 

    8)

    ;)

    #2446

    Luli G
    Guest

    haha trueee!!
    Do you know where it is better to book accommodation in islands. It is useful or comfortable to be near the old towns in the islands or better to be in the surroundings?
    For example I know in Korkula there are hotels in the old city of Korkula and other on the city of Lumbarda…

    I am going to Hvar, Korkula and Mjlet. Any recommendation about where to stay in these three exotic islands?

    THANKS!!!

    #2447

    Mate
    Guest

    Where to stay depends of your preferences >> lets say if you have small children you would prefer to be somewhere more peaceful while if you have teenagers with you they can be bored if it is very peaceful.

    Also if you stay in small bays, to visit main attractions (Dubrovnik, Hvar Town, Korcula Town) you will have to travel whereas if you stay close(r) to town centre you can walk there.

    It is hard to recommend something specific as there is such a lot of accommodation available

    #2448

    Charles
    Guest

    I am travelling to Croatia on March and I am planning to visit Mljet, Hvar and Split from Dubrovnik.

    I am just wondering if you can share with me some information regarding the winter season ferry time table.

    I found some online but it seems to be a little bit confusing.

    Thank you.

    #2449

    Beth
    Guest

    We plan to be on the Dalmation coast beginning October 3.

    Can you provide information on the ferry schedules for the month of October?

    Thank you so much.

    Beth

    #2450

    Ana
    Participant

    all ferry schedules to dalmatian islands are listed at this page

    https://www.croatiaferries.com/croatia-islands-ferries.htm

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