Korčula has a pretty decent road infrastructure so car is probably the best way of traveling around the island. There are several big public parking lots in the big towns like Korčula town, Vela Luka and Blato.
Still, have in mind that Korčula is an island, not a big urban tourist destination – and its parking spaces are somewhat limited.
Gas (Petrol) stations are available in the towns of Korčula and Vela Luka.
Korčula has no charging station for electric cars – the nearest one is located in town of Orebić (Aminess Grand Azur Hotel) on the Pelješac peninsula. You can use the website Puni.hr for more information on available charging stations in Croatia.
The bus company Arriva is the island’s main bus operator that provides bus connections to various parts of the island including the smaller towns & villages. For detailed timetable and price list you can contact Autotrans directly:
+385 (0)60 37 30 60
+385 (0)51 660 660
Or check their website here where you can also purchase bus tickets.
Another great choice of transport in Korčula as there are plenty of taxis available on the island in all the major towns.
Love the outdoors? Biking around Korčula is a popular choice among many tourists. There are lots of marked paths and routes suitable for all levels of fitness. Bike rentals are available at most travel agencies and some hotels on the island. Have in mind that July and August can be very hot months, so if you’re planning a longer biking session take enough fluids and bring a hat.