The Adriatic Sea, as the northernmost arm of the Mediterranean Sea, separates Croatia and Italy. If you are combining both countries into one holiday, and looking for travel advice on how to travel from Italy to Croatia – or vice versa, from Croatia to Italy, look no more. Taking a ferry can be a great option, and here is a list off all the best routes.
Split to Ancona Ferry
This is the only way to get from Italy to Split via ferry. The Split - Ancona ferry route connects Croatia with Italy and is currently operated by Jadrolinija and SNAV.
Dubrovnik to Bari Ferry
This line is operated by Jadrolinija and can be a great way to travel from Italy to Dubrovnik. Head to the Jadrolinija website for the latest timetable.
Venice to Croatia Ferry
If you are starting your holiday in Venice and ending with a few days along the Croatian coast, or vice versa, a fery can be a great transportation. Venezia Lines connects Venice with Istrian destinations like Porec, Pula and Rovinj. It is also known for providing visitors of Istria with the opportunity of visiting Venice on one of the company’s popular day trips to Venice.
We often get inquiries about these but unfotunately there are no ferries linking Zadar with Italy, or ferries linking Naples with Croatia, or ferries from Rijeka to Venice.