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Hvar Dubrovnik Catamaran

The beautiful city of Dubrovnik with its unique City walls and Hvar island near Split are both among the most popular travel destinations in Croatia. 

The easiest way of reaching Dubrovnik from Hvar Town is to take one of high-speed catamarans sailing on this route each tourist season (April until end of October).

Travellers can choose from 3 different companies, offering daily departures in both directions. KRILO (3h 15min) and TP LINE (3h 50min) departs Hvar Town in the morning while JADROLINIJA (3h 30min) sails in the late afternoon.

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  • KRILO catamaran is great for those who wish to leave Hvar in the morning (8:50 am) with arrival to Dubrovnik mid-day. This catamaran is also convenient if you want to reach Korcula Old Town and Pomena on the island of Mljet. This is also the fastest of all catamarans on this route.

  • Upon departing from Split, TP Line's high-speed catamaran stops in Milna (Brac), then continues to Hvar. You can catch it from Hvar Town at 10:45 am and arrives to Dubrovnik 3hours 50 minutes later (2:35 pm).

  • If you want to catch catamaran from Hvar to Dubrovnik later in the day, then you should take JADROLINIJA catamaran that sails from Hvar Town at 5:55 p.m. and arrives to Dubrovnik port at 9:25 p.m. (3 hours 30 minutes). This catamaran runs daily in the peak summer months (June until end of September). For reaching Hvar from Dubrovnik, catch is from Dubrovnik port in the early morning (7:00 a.m.)

How to explore Hvar island

The best way to explore little villages of Hvar is by bike (rent e-bikes and get maps of what to see!). Or for those who need a guide, e-tuk tuk tour will be great option!

Explore the highlights of Hvar south coast and Pakleni islands on this private speed-boat tour! While on Hvar don't skip exploring Vis island on this small-group boat tour (swim in Blue Lagoon and Green Cave on Vis plus spend time at Blue Cave on Bisevo and Stiniva Beach).

Renting a kayak is a great way to explore untouched Pakleni islands with numerous bays and beaches.

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