Arrival to Konavle

Arrival by Plane

Dubrovnik Airport is located in Konavle in the village of Čilipi. This airport hosts over a million passengers a year and it is connected to all important European and intermediately to the world centres. This is the easiest way to arrive directly to Konavle, the destination of rural tourism! From the airport to your destination in Konavle, Dubrovnik or elsewhere you have available taxi service of Konavle throughout the day.

Arrival by Car

You can arrive to Konavle by the Adriatic highway or the motorway Zagreb – Ploče where you join the Adriatic highway as the motorway to Dubrovnik has been in construction.

Traffic information can be obtained in the Croatian auto club at the phone no. ++385 1 4640 800 (road conditions and ferry traffic in the Adriatic, road tolls in Croatia and abroad, restrictions for certain categories of vehicles, fuel prices in Croatia and abroad, tips for best routes and ferry schedules in the Adriatic). The Information centre is opened 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Roadside assistance can be obtained by calling the number: ++385 987 (vehicle repair on the road, removal of defective cars or cars damaged in accidents on road, transportation of defective cars or damaged vehicles in traffic accidents). Road help will be charged according to the price list of HAK.

Arrival by Bus

You can come to Konavle by bus from Dubrovnik which is only 15 km far from the entrance to Konavle. There are international as well as intercity bus lines that connect Dubrovnik to other parts of Croatia and Europe. For transportation from Dubrovnik to Konavle there are buses No. 10 (Cavtat), No. 11 (Zvekovica, Močići, Čilipi, Komaji, Gruda, Tušići, Pločice, Molunat), No. 25 (Zvakovica, Uskoplje, Gabrile, Drvenik, Mihanić, Pridvorje, Lovorno, Dubravka, Dunave, Vodovađa), and No. 31 (Đurinići, Vitaljina).

Arrival by Ship

It is also possible to arrive to Konavle by ship through the port of Dubrovnik which is connected by ship lines with other Croatian ports (Korćula, Split, Zadar, Rijeka) as well as through the Italian ports on the opposite side of the Adriatic Sea.