Ploce-Trpanj Car Ferry
The "Losinjanka" may handle this route
The Ploce-Trpanj car ferry takes one hour and connects Ploce, on the mainland with Trpanj on the Peljesac peninsula. You mean you don't want to stay in Trpanj? Fine. Drive a few kilometres to Orebic where you can take the Orebic-Domince ferry to Korcula Island.
The Ploce-Trpanj car ferry shuttle is run by Jadrolinija.You can buy tickets online at the Jadrolinija website, at any Jadrolinija office or go to the port at least 1/2 hour in advance, buy your ticket at a stall and put your car in the waiting line. Buying tickets in advance does not mean you don't have to wait in line.
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