Fähreto Croatia

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Travel by ferry to Croatia! Travelling to Croatia couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Croatia holiday rested and without stress.

Fähreto Croatia depart from Italy on various routes. The fastest connection is the one from Venice to Umag, which takes 2 hours and 30 minutes. Further connections exist on the routes Ancona – Zadar, Ancona – Split and Bari – Dubrovnik.

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Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Croatia. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Croatiaferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Croatia

Here you find all current ferry connections to Croatia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Venice – Porec Ferry from Italy to Croatia 5 times a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Atlas Kompas
Venice Lines
Ferry Bari – Dubrovnik Ferry from Italy to Croatia 4 times a week
10 hour(s)
Jadrolinija
Ferry Venice – Pula Ferry from Italy to Croatia 4 times a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Venice Lines
Atlas Kompas
Ferry Venice – Rovinj Ferry from Italy to Croatia 3 times a week
3 hour(s)
Venice Lines
Atlas Kompas
Ferry Venice – Umag Ferry from Italy to Croatia 1 time a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Venice Lines
Atlas Kompas
Ferry Pesaro -from Ferry from Italy to Croatia 2 times a week
5 hours 30 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Pesaro – Mali Losinj Ferry from Italy to Croatia 3 times a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Pesaro – Novalja Ferry from Italy to Croatia 1 time a week
5 hours 30 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Ancona – Stari Grad Ferry from Italy to Island Hvar, Croatia 1 time a week
14 hours ) 15 minutes
Jadrolinija
Ferry Ancona – Split Ferry from Italy to Croatia 4 times a week
115 minutes
Jadrolinija
SNAV
Ferry Ancona – Zadar Ferry from Italy to Croatia 5 times a week
6 hours
Jadrolinija
Ferry Civitanova Marche – Split Ferry from Italy to Croatia 1 time a week
4 hours
Gomo Viaggi
Fähre Cesenatico – Novalja Ferry from Italien to Kroatien 1 mal wöchentlich
7 Stunde(n)
Gomo Viaggi
Fähre Cesenatico – Rab Ferry from Italien to Kroatien 2 mal wöchentlich
7 Stunde(n)
Gomo Viaggi
Fähre Cesenatico – Rovinj Ferry from Italien to Kroatien 2 mal wöchentlich
3 Stunde(n)
Gomo Viaggi
Fähre Civitanova Marche – Hvar Ferry from Italien to Insel Hvar, Kroatien 1 mal wöchentlich
4 Stunde(n)
Gomo Viaggi
Fähre Civitanova Marche – Stari Grad Ferry from Italien to Insel Hvar, Kroatien 2 mal wöchentlich
4 Stunde(n)
Gomo Viaggi

All ferries from Croatia

Here you find all current ferry connections from Croatia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Porec – Venice Ferry from Croatia to Italy 5 times a week
3 hour(s)
Atlas Kompas
Venice Lines
Ferry Dubrovnik – Bari Ferry from Croatia to Italy 4 times a week
7 hour(s) 30 minutes
Jadrolinija
Ferry Pula – Venice Ferry from Croatia to Italy 4 times a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Atlas Kompas
Venice Lines
Ferry Zadar – Ancona Ferry from Croatia to Italy 5 times a week
6 hours
Jadrolinija
Ferry Umag – Venice Ferry from Croatia to Italy 1 time a week
3 hour(s)
Venice Lines
Atlas Kompas
Ferryfrom – Cesenatico Ferry from Croatia to Italy 2 times a week
7 hours 15 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferryfrom – Pesaro Ferry from Croatia to Italy 2 times a week
6 hours
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Rovinj – Cesenatico Ferry from Croatia to Italy 2 times a week
3 hour(s)
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Rovinj – Venice Ferry from Croatia to Italy 3 times a week
2 hours 45 minutes
Venice Lines
Atlas Kompas
Ferry Novalja – Cesenatico Ferry from Croatia to Italy 1 time a week
7 hours 15 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Novalja – Pesaro Ferry from Croatia to Italy 1 time a week
6 hours
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Mali Losinj – Cesenatico Ferry from Croatia to Italy 3 times a week
4 hours 45 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Mali Losinj – Pesaro Ferry from Croatia to Italy 3 times a week
3 hour(s) 30 minutes
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Split – Ancona Ferry from Croatia to Italy 4 times a week
8 hour(s)
Jadrolinija
SNAV
Ferry Split – Civitanova Marche Ferry from Croatia to Italy 1 time a week
4 hours
Gomo Viaggi
Ferry Stari Grad – Ancona Ferry from Island Hvar, Croatia to Italy 2 times a week
9 hours 46 minutes
Jadrolinija
Ferry Stari Grad – Civitanova Marche Ferry from Island Hvar, Croatia to Italy 2 times a week
4 hours
Gomo Viaggi
Fähre Hvar – Civitanova Marche Ferry from Insel Hvar, Kroatien to Italien 1 mal wöchentlich
4 Stunde(n)
Gomo Viaggi

All ferries within Croatia

Here you can find all current ferry connections within Croatia.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Bol – Hvar Inland ferry Brac, Kroatien 1 mal wöchentlich
40 Minuten
G&V Line
Ferry Makarska – Bol Inland ferry Croatia 1 time a week
40 minutes
G&V Line
Ferry Makarska – Hvar Inland ferry Croatia 1 time a week
1 hours 20 minutes
G&V Line
Ferry Makarska – Supetar Inland ferry Croatia 1 time a week
1 hours
G&V Line
Ferry Split – Supetar Inland ferry Croatia 2 times a week
30 minutes
G&V Line
Ferry Supetar – Makarska Inland ferry Croatia 1 time a week
1 hours
G&V Line
Ferry Supetar – Split Inland ferry Croatia 2 times a week
30 minutes
G&V Line
Fähre Bol – Makarska Inland ferry Brac, Kroatien 1 mal wöchentlich
40 Minuten
G&V Line
Fähre Hvar – Bol Inland ferry Insel Hvar, Kroatien 1 mal wöchentlich
40 Minuten
G&V Line
Fähre Hvar – Makarska Inland ferry Insel Hvar, Kroatien 1 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 20 Minuten
G&V Line

Ferry ports in Croatia

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Croatia here.

Ports
Split
Zadar
Umag
Dubrovnik
Porec
Rovinj
Rab
Stari Grad
Supetar
Pula
Novalja
Makarska
Mali Losinj
Hvar
Bol

Travel guide Croatia

Holiday in Croatia

With a coastline of over 1,700 kilometres, Croatia offers ideal holiday conditions. If you add the almost 1,200 islands, there are already 6,000. Together with its Mediterranean climate, medieval towns, ancient architecture, hospitality and typical cuisine, Croatia is probably one of the most beautiful travel destinations in Europe.


TOP excursion destinations in Croatia

The sights of Croatia’s capital Zagreb are within easy walking distance of the central Ban Jelacic Square. These include the Cathedral, St. Mark’s Church, the Art Pavilion or the lively Dolac Market.

The port city of Split offers a beautiful old town with cobblestone streets and picturesque buildings. Here Romans, Greeks and Ottomans left their traces. A leisurely stroll takes you to the cathedral, Diocletian’s Palace and the Riva, Split’s palm-lined waterfront promenade.

If you are interested in antiquity, the Diocletian’s Palace will amaze you. In 300 AD it was built as a comfortable retirement home for the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Today the whole complex forms the city centre of Split. The mausoleum, the temple of Jupiter and the porticoes are imposing witnesses of a magnificent past.

In Pula, the Romans once built an amphitheatre that has lost none of its fascination to this day. The Arc de Triomphe, Temple of Augustus and Forum Square are also beautiful to see. In addition, there is a picturesque old town with a promenade that invites you to stroll around.

Dubrovnik is probably one of the most beautiful cities in Croatia. A completely walkable city wall surrounds the old town. It is two kilometres long and up to six metres thick. Also worth seeing are the cathedral, the Sponza Palace and the 14th century pharmacy.

The dripstone cave Jama Baredine leads its visitors through five halls deep down to a small lake. In room number four, there is a four-metre-wide opening that leads a further 60 metres vertically down into the depths. The cave is known for its extraordinarily beautiful stalactite formations that resemble statues and famous towers.

Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest and oldest national park in Croatia. 16 cascading lakes are connected here by waterfalls and offer ideal hiking conditions. However, bathing is not allowed in the national park!

The Golden Horn of Brač promises pure bathing pleasure. The location of the beach is uniquely beautiful, several hundred meters jutting into the sea. Its bright pebbles and the turquoise of the crystal clear water promise relaxing holidays.


Entry requirements

German citizens can enter Croatia with an identity card and (children’s) passport. It should be noted that the documents must be valid for the entire duration of the stay. However, a visa is not required.


Alternative travel options

From Germany and other countries the journey to Croatia is possible without problems by car, camper, bus, train and plane.


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