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Longest Airport Shuttle Service in Croatia Launching in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik (photo credit: Bracodbk under CC)

Dubrovnik Airport will next month launch the longest airport shuttle service in Croatia, and also one of the longest in the Europe.

Dubrovnik Airport and agency Korkyra Info have signed a deal which will see an airport shuttle service to the Pelješac peninsula and the island of Korčula.

Pelješac peninsula (photo: Andrea Šain / Orebic Tourist Board)

The new shuttle is set to make travelling the 110 km distance between Dubrovnik and Pelješac much more convenient and affordable.

Tourists landing at Dubrovnik Airport will from 30 April 2017 be able to use the new shuttle service. The shuttle will run daily from 30 April until 1 October, however if there is demand in October the service will continue.

Korčula old town

For a guaranteed place on the shuttle you will need to book at the latest 12 hours before the departure time of the shuttle you wish to take.

Some of the stops include Vela luka (prices includes boat ticket)* 40 € / 300 kn, Brna* 40 € / 300 kn, Lumbarda* 34 € / 255 kn, Korčula* 32 € / 240 kn, Orebić 30 € / 225 kn, Trpanj 34 € / 255 kn, Prapratno 22 € / 165 kn, Slano 17 € / 125 kn and Orašac 12 € / 90 kn.


You can contact Korkyra Info on email on the timetable or via their website here.

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