LOCATION – How to come?

If you have decided to travel by car there are two possibilities:
Via Zagreb taking the highway to Karlovac, then passing Plitvice, Gračac, Knin, Sinj, Trilj, Makarska, Ploče, and further to the south on the Adriatic Highway.
If you are going to the islands Pelješac or Korčula You have to take a turn off the Adriatic Highway in (a place called) Doli.
You can also choose to take the ferry from Ploče to Trpanj (on Pelješac), and then further to Orebić where you take the ferry to Korčula.
You can also reach the island from Dubrovnik. During the summer season the ferry to Mljet leaves from Trstenik (Pelješac). You can reach Lastovo by a ferry departing from Split via Korčula.

Via Rijeka, on the Adriatic Highway passing Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Makarska, Ploče to the far south.
In Rijeka You can board the ship that stops on the island Korčula and in Dubrovnik, but with the ship it is a 20 hours ride from Rijeka to Dubrovnik.


Traveling on a ship is more comfortable but the trip will last much longer than the ride by car. But if you are not fond of long driving hours, summer heat and crowds, this is a good choice for you.
There is a ship from Rijeka to Dubrovnik every day. On its way it stops on Korčula so you can choose it to reach Pelješac and Korčula, too.
You can also take the ship from Bari. That is the most common route for our guests from Italy.

More information about the ships and departure times can be found on the Jadrolinija web page.


There are busses arriving every day from different destinations. Almost all busses pass Split on their way to Dubrovnik. Several departures every day from Zagreb, Rijeka, Split…to Dubrovnik will completely satisfy your needs.

From Dubrovnik there are busses to all places in the county. The busses to bigger places leave every hour, and those driving to smaller towns and villages depart several times a day. If you go to places, which are placed along the Adriatic Highway, You can also use the intercity busses.

More information about departure times is available on the web pages
Bus station Zagreb


Traveling by plane is definitely the most comfortable and fastest way to reach your destination. It will take you only 45 minutes to reach Dubrovnik from the Zagreb Airport. Airplanes from different European cities land in Dubrovnik, and there is always the possibility of transfer in Zagreb. There are several flights from Zagreb to Dubrovnik every day.

You can get more information from the Airlines. Croatia Airlines is the biggest one in Croatia, and has the most daily flights to Dubrovnik throughout the year.

You can find more information on arrivals and departures on the Airport Dubrovnik web page.


If you own a sailing boat, skimmer, or a smaller vessel, Dubrovnik and its water are the right place for you. The beauties of intact nature will offer you unforgettable moments and the many bays will enable You to safe anchoring.

If you wish, you can book a berth in the Port Dubrovnik, the Old town’s port, or in the ACY marina Dubrovnik. In the case Your vessel needs to be repaired or if You wish to leave Your sailing boat in Dubrovnik during the winter months, You can contact the Nautical Center Mokošica at the entrance to the Rijeka Dubrovačka.