Travelling by Ferry in Croatia
We have updated timetables for Croatia ferry routes for season 2019
East Adriatic with Croatian coast is probably one of the most stunning sceneries in the world. Croatia has more than five thousand kilometers of coast line (of which 4,058 km comprise the coastlines of islands solitary rocks and reefs). More than thousand islands, solitary rocks and reefs are spread along this exceptional place on earth. There are 47 inhabited islands.
With so many beautiful islands and attraction off the coast, ferries are very important for getting around in Croatia. Very regular ferry lines connect North and South of Croatia with Coastal Ferry Route, and there are many local ferry lines, either car ferry or passenger catamarans to the islands.
Thanks to this very developed ferry network in Croatia, every visitor can explore the complete coast from Rijeka in the north to Dubrovnik – the Pearl of Adriatic in the south.
Using a ferry you can relax from driving and enjoy in scenic views on coastal villages and beautiful Dalmatian islands. Ferry routes can take you closer to many popular holiday destinations, avoiding often traffic jams, and saving you from miles of driving, fuel costs, tolls and overnight stops.
Korčula, Lastovo, Mljet, Šipan, Lopud, Koločep, Ploče, Trpanj
This list includes up to date schedules or timetables for ferries in Dubrovnik region including ferry information for islands Korčula, Lastovo, Mljet, Šipan, Lopud, Koločep and ferry from Ploče to Trpanj on Pelješac Peninsula
Coastal Croatia ferries
Dubrovnik, Mljet (Sobra & Pomena), Korčula, Hvar, Makarska, Brač (Bol & Milna), Split
Updated timetables for coastal Croatia ferry routes for season 2020
Dubrovnik is well connected with neighbouring Islands such as Korčula, Mljet, Šipan, Lopud and Koločep. Timetables and Prices can be found under Dubrovnik Ferry Routes. There is also very regular car ferry line connecting North and South of Croatia with Coastal Ferry Route, and there are many local either car ferry or passenger ferry lines to islands.
Be aware that in many cases in high season ferries can be overbooked. Thus arriving fair time ahead or booking in advance could save you from disappointing waiting.
International Ferry routes are popular way of travelling for many tourists. There are many ferry routes from Italy to Croatia which can be found under our International Ferry Routes category.
From Dubrovnik to Greece ferry connection is currently not running but you can check our suggestions how to get to Greece by ferry from Dubrovnik under our NEW Category “From Dubrovnik to Greece”.
Check out our complete list of ferry routes where you can find many valuable information such as departure times for each ferry, ferry ticket prices in Croatia, ferry route maps, and Croatian port information.