The beautiful coastal town of Zadar is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination in Croatia. It has stunning architecture, rich history, warm climate and beautiful crystal clear se.
Zadar is the fifth largest city in Croatia and the second largest in Dalmatia. Important landmarks in Zadar are: the Roman Forum, St Donatus Church, St Anastasia's Cathedral, St Stosija Church, St Ilija Church, St Francis Church, St Mary's Church, the Citadel and The Land Gate.
Croatian national ferry company Jadrolinija operates route from Croatian port of Zadar to Italian port of Ancona in Central Italy. This ferry route is only seasonal (from June until end of September) with frequent sailing during July and August.
Ferry operating on this route can carry 1053 passengers and 280 cars. Passengers can choose from deck accommodation, airplane style seats and 2 berth cabins (inside and outside). Jadrolinija's ferry has basic restaurant, bars and duty- free shop. The crossing time from Italy to Croatia is between 7.5 and 9 hours.
This ferry service may be convenient for those travelling from Croatia to Italy (or vice versa) by car. Another available ferry route between Italy and Croatia are the one between Ancona and Split and Bari and Dubrovnik.