Croatia - How to arrive by ship?

By boat

The international ferry and passenger lines connect Italian (Venice, Trieste, Ancona, Pescara and Bari) and Croatian ports on the following ferryrelations:

  • Zadar - (Brbinj/Dugi otok) - Ancona;
  • Korcula - (Stari Grad/Hvar) - Split - (Vis) - Ancona;
  • Split - Pescara;
  • Pula, Umag, Porec, Rovinj, Mali LosinjandRabac- Venice;
  • Pula - Rimini;
  • Dubrovnik - Bari.

Daily ferry line connects thecities ofRijeka and Split the whole year round. The line continuous to Dubrovnik three times a week.

The ferry lines from Rijeka to the south part of the coast (Rijeka - (Rab) - (Zadar) - Split - (Stari Grad/Hvar) - Korcula - (Sobra/Mljet) - Dubrovnik - Bari) are good solution for those drivers who want to avoid thefatiguing drive along the coast. If You are already coming from afar, You can relax on theaboard theferryuntilyour arrival to the destination of Your vacation.

Regular local ferry and catamaran lines connect islands (Cres, Losinj, Rab, Pag, Ugljan, Pasman, Dugi otok, Iz, Solta, Brac, Hvar, Vis, Korcula, Lastovo, Mljet and peninsula Peljesac) with the land.

Informations:

  • Jadrolinija:, Riva 16, 51000 Rijeka, tel: +385 (0)51 666 100
  • Dubrovnik, tel: +385 20 41 80 00; +385 20 41 83 80
  • Split, tel: +385 21 33 83 33; +385 21 33 83 04
  • Zadar, tel: +385 23 25 05 55; +385 23 25 48 00
  • Split tours/BlueLine, Boktuljin put bb, 21000 Split, +385 (0)21 352 533

Duringthe summer season, the frequency of navigation on all lines is increased.


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