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Ferries Croatia


Italy-Croatia Ferries: Book Online on Navitalia

Ferries to the Croatia are among the preferred means of reaching the cities of Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and the island of Hvar from Italy. The Italy Croatia ferry route is in fact one of the most famous in the Mediterranean.

The shipping companies Jadrolinija, Amatori and Snav organise ferries to Croatia from Italy from March to October, always at reasonable prices and offering all the necessary comforts to passengers. The routes and timetables are both day and night, depending on the destination and the time of year.

Use our ferry booking centre and book your ferry to Croatia.

Ferries to Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Hvar

What are you waiting for to book your ferry to Croatia!

On Navitalia you can book your ferry to Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Hvar in just a few steps, easily and online. Choose from the most important routes: ferries Ancona-Split, Bari-Dubrovnik, Pescara-Lesina, Ancona-Zadar and many others.

To reach Croatia by ferry from Italy, one can choose between the ports of Ancona, Pescara and Bari. The destinations available in Croatia today are Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and the island of Hvar (Havr).

Croatia has become one of the most popular destinations for travel and holidays. Croatia's many islands attract visitors from all over the world and represent one of the best seaside offers in the entire Mediterranean.

Thanks to the many daily runs, Italy Croatia ferries have become one of the most popular choices for passengers. By choosing Navitalia, you can easily reach all the most famous Croatian locations by ferry: Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Hvar (Havr).

Ferries from Italy to Croatia

We discover the most common and sought-after routes

Every year, thousands of tourists use Italy Croatia ferries to reach their holiday destinations in just a few hours and in the comfort of modern ferries. Cities such as Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and all the Croatian islands such as Hvar have become easy to reach thanks to ships and ferries that cross the Adriatic from early spring to late autumn to connect Italy and Croatia from Bari, Pescara and Ancona.

Let's now see which destinations are most popular and appreciated by tourists and which Croatia-Italy ferry routes.

Ferry Ancona Split

How to get to Croatia from Ancona by ship

The Ancona-Split ferry route is undoubtedly one of the most popular routes to the Croatian city located in the Dalmatian region. Split is in fact one of the most famous tourist and seaside destinations in the entire country, being the second most important city in Croatia. Reaching Split from Ancona is easy with Navitalia.

Ancona-Split ferries operate from April until October with daily departures that intensify during the summer period. The entire Ancona-Split route lasts a minimum of 9 hours in daytime navigation, rising to 11 during the night in order to allow disembarkation at more convenient times for passengers.

Ferry Bari Dubrovnik

How to get from Bari to Croatia by ferry

The Bari Dubrovnik ferry route is undoubtedly another much sought-after route for tourists who want to visit the capital of Croatia or simply start their journey through the Croatian islands and all the most beautiful tourist destinations from there. Reaching Dubrovnik from Bari is really easy with Navitalia.

With the Jadrolinija ferry company, the Bari Dubrovnik ferry will be a comfortable and pleasant journey. Depending on the season and time of year, the company organises up to four weekly sailings from Bari to the Croatian capital. The average sailing time is 10 hours.

Ferries Croatia: all Navitalia routes

Finally, here is a summary of all the routes you can choose from among the ferries to Croatia:

  • Ancona - Split / Split - Ancona
  • Ancona - Zadar / Zara - Ancona
  • Bari - Dubrovnik / Dubrovnik - Bari
  • Pescara - Hvar / Lesina (Hvar) - Pescara

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Sea, hills and mountains. On the coasts, you will feel the echoes of the Mediterranean climate, with warm but breezy summer months, and as you move deeper into the Croatian hinterland, temperatures will tend towards continental. In the mountainous areas, frequent snowfalls attract winter sports enthusiasts.


The Kuna, made up of 100 lipas, is the official currency of Croatia, which joined the European Community in 2013 but has not yet adopted the single currency.
The exchange rate is 1.00 € = 7.60 Kuna.
Credit cards are accepted in almost all establishments.



Croatia's capital and the centre of the nation's political and cultural life; you can visit the old town, with its clear medieval character, by joining one of the many tours organised on site. Enchanting are the surrounding parks and nature reserves.


It is known as the 'pearl of the Adriatic' for its wonderful old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Home to one of the main harbours, you will spend your time relaxing in the city's alleyways, boating or indulging in the various water sports offered by various facilities. Packed with nightclubs, this city will also leave you breathless in the evening.


is the heart of Montenegrin tourism. In the summer months, it is the main choice of all those who want to spend a holiday with the highest level of fun, sun and crystal-clear sea. The city centre is dotted with clubs open until late where you can have lunch, dinner and a drink surrounded by the best music of the moment. The most popular beach, equipped and accessible by car or taxi boat, is Ploce Beach.


An island entirely surrounded by equipped sand, pebble and rocky beaches, where you can snorkel, rent water scooters or boats. One of the most popular sites is Baska and inviting are the beach bars and numerous restaurants.



are the tastiest dishes you will find anywhere in Croatia.


It is the typical spicy salami that is accompanied by vegetables and cheese.


The world's award-winning hard sheep's milk cheese.


It is a beef stew, flavoured with a sauce made from onion, celery, carrots, garlic, tomatoes, prunes and dried figs, apples, red wine, mustard and herbs.

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