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One of the most popular destinations to travel to in Europe, Croatia is home to some of the most stunning landscapes and mild climates that you could possibly want to see. With crystalline beaches stretching as far as the eye can see, historical towns waiting to be explored, and incredibly easy access to countless other destinations throughout both Croatia and Europe, getting the ferry to Croatia has never been easier. With up to 100 ferries running per week across 33 routes, with a large number coming from Italy, book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
Croatia sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season, and from month to month, so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
There are a whole range of ferries that are available for you to pick from when booking your journey to Croatia, coming from multiple ports in Italy, such as Ancona and Bari, and arriving at many different destinations across Croatia, from Dubrovnik to Split. The variety of ferries available means that there are different shipping routes and sail times available, from as little as an hour and a half, to as long as 14 hours and 15 minutes, so be sure to check before you travel. One of the most popular Croatia ferries is the ferry route that runs from Venice to Croatia, which runs on up to 4 different routes to Croatia. Sail times currently range between 2 and a half hours to 3 hours and 45 minutes, and there are about 33 sailings a week, so it is has never been easier to sail from Venice to your chosen port in Croatia.
As there are so many different Croatia ferries on offer for you to choose from, prices will greatly vary, along with fluctuations caused by seasonal changes and local changes, so we recommend using our helpful fare finder tool to choose your best ticket prices and route.
Currently, there are only certain routes that allow you to bring your car with you, and many routes do not support cars, such as the ferry to Hvar Island, so please make sure that you check before you travel.
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