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Ferries from Italy to Croatia

There is no shortage of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a ferry from Italy to Croatia. There are 6 ferry companies offering numerous routes connecting Venice to Pula, Venice to Porec, Venice to Rovinj, Bari to Dubrovnik, Ancona to Split, Ancona to Zadar, Cesenatico to Rovinj, Cesenatico to Mali Losinj, Cesenatico to Novalja, Pesaro to Mali Losinj, Pesaro to Novalja, Trieste to Porec, Trieste to Rovinj and Trieste to Mali Losinj.

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JADROLINIJA's DUBROVNIK TO BARI FERRY: Connecting the city of Bari on the east coast of Italy with the city of Dubrovnik on the coast of Croatia, this ferry route is one of the most popular that connects these two countries.

The ferry sail duration on this route can take between 10 and 11 hours and there are up to 4 ferries running per week, but only during the summer season (April until the end of November). We recommend to check at Direct Ferries to find the best ferry prices and times for you.

Jadrolinija's car/passenger ferry operates between the port of Bari and port of DubrovnikJadrolinija's car/passenger ferry operates between the port of Bari and port of Dubrovnik

ANCONA TO SPLIT FERRIES: The port of Ancona, situated in Central Italy (280 km northeast of Rome), is linked by ferries to the port of Split in Central Dalmatia.

There are up to 10 ferry sailings per week across the route, provided by 2 ferry operators: Jadrolinija and SNAV. Both companies operate large car/passenger ships offering double cabins and suites as well as shop and restaurant possibilities onboard. Jadrolinija service is available all-year long with frequent sailings in the summer, while SNAV sails only during the tourist season (April to end of September).

Ferry sail durations on this route can take anywhere between 8 h 30 minutes to 11 h 30 minutes, depending on the operator. Use Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.

ANCONA TO ZADAR FERRY: Jadrolinija connects the port of Ancona to the port of Zadar in Northern Dalmatia during the peak season (July and August) twice a week. The sailing time is around 6 hours. Check out the latest sailing timetable and prices and book your ferry ride here.

The port of Ancona provides daily connections to a variety of other destinations across the Adriatic (Durres in Albania & Corfu, Igoumenitsa and Patras in Greece).

Prince of VenicePrince of Venice

VENICE TO CROATIA FERRIES: There are 2 ferry operators connecting the port of Venice with several ports in the northern part of Croatia coast.

VENEZIA LINES operates high-speed catamaran route from Venice to the ports of Rovinj, Porec, Pula and Umag. Running from April to October, Venezia Lines connects these ports with modern vessels called San Frangisk and San Pawl combining all the advantages of hover crafts and catamarans. Use Direct Ferries to check the latest sailing timetable and book your tickets online.

provides high-speed routes between Italian city of Venice and coastal towns of Umag, Porec, Rovinj and Pula (situated on the largest peninsula in the Adriatic). This company operates two vessels. The first one is called Prince of Venice and can hold up to 303 passengers.

The ship has three outdoor decks and two indoor seating area with air conditioning. There is also a bar on board and panoramic views from the outdoor decks.

The other ship is called Adriatic Jet and can hold up to 343 passengers. The ship is fully air conditioned and has a bar and duty free shopping on board.

Check the sailing timetable and book tickets here.

Gomo Viaggi

FROM CESENATICO & PESARO TO CROATIAGomo Viaggi is an Italian ferry company which connects the east coast of Italy with a few Croatian coastal towns and islands.

This company operates high-speed catamarans from Cesenatico (Emilian-Romagna region) and Pesaro (Marche region) in Italy across the Adriatic to Rovinj, Mali Losinj (the island of Losinj) and Novalja (the island of Pag). These service is run by super-fast catamarans and is available only during the peak summer months.

From Mali Losinj you can catch Krilo catamaran to Zadar and from there continue your travel further to other destinations within Croatia.

Liberty Lines vesselLiberty lines vessel

FROM TRIESTE TO CROATIALiberty Lines, one of the leading Italian ferry operators, connects Italian port of Trieste with Porec, Rovinj and Mali Losinj in Croatia several times a week during the summer season.

This company operates high-speed vessels on these routes during the summer season. Each vessel is fully air-conditioned and equipped with televisions, reclining seats and onboard bars, ensuring a fast and comfortable crossing every time.

Check out the accurate sailing timetables and book your tickets here.


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