Ploče is a town on the Adriatic coast just north of the Neretva River delta in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County of Dalmatia.

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Ploce has a population of approximately 6,500 inhabitants. It is a notable seaport. The most important feature of town is his natural position through the valley of the Neretva River, which connects the central areas of neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina with the Adriatic Sea. Town is situated in approximately half of distance between Split and Dubrovnik on the part of the road traffic along the Adriatic coast.

It is also worth to mention that near the town are Bacina Lakes, located along the branches of the mountain of Biokovo.

By train

Trains from Sarajevo to Ploče:

for valid timetable look at, at this connection was not found

By bus

Buses from Dubrovnik to Ploče run regularly from Dubrovnik (2-2½h). Every hour, day & night, so you should have no problem finding one. Some info is here (note they are from Dubrovnik!) but there are more buses.

To Split you need some two hours.

To Mostar its two, to Sarajevo its four hours by bus, which runs approx four times a day.

Be aware that the train from Sarajevo might have delays so you won't always be in time for a connection you plan.

By boat

With Jadronlinija to/from Trpanj on the Pelješac peninsula, one hour.


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