Island lifeA popular island hopping route here is Split - Supetar (Brac) - Bol (Brac) - Jelsa (Hvar) – Hvar –Korcula - Dubrovnik. Day trips to island Vis and Mljet can be possible from Hvar and Korcula respectively. Jardolinja and Kapetan Luka (Krilo) are popular ferry agencies which operate on the above route. Travelling within the islands can be done by hiring scooters, jeeps or quads. In my opinion public transportation is not that reliable on the islands but yes it is a good money saver. Taxis are a good time saver but can create a massive hole in your pocket, should be used only as last resort. The prices of the ferries can differ based on the route opted, example Split to Supetar can cost 35-40 KUNA whereas Korcula to Dubrovnik can cost 200-250 KUNA. Expect sea sickness to be at its prime on a day with unexpected weather otherwise ferries are super comfortable and eatables are also sold on them. Yes, the currency that runs here is the Croatian Kuna. Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in the cities and on the islands too. There are many currency exchange agents where you can get some cash exchanged for a commission.