Ferries lines to and in Croatia

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Croatia has more than thousand islands. Not all of them are inhabited, some of them are very small, but most interesting islands are reachable by ferry or/and catamaran.

Cres is one of two (another one is Krk)  largest Croatian (and Adriatic) islands. Cres can be reached from mainland by ferry Brestova – Porozina or from Krk island by ferry Valbiska – Merag. If you are going to Losinj island, you will probably  take one of two above mentioned ferry lines because Cres is connected with bridge to Losinj (Cres and Losinj were one island in the past, but were divided by a channel).  Losinj is also reachable from Pula and Zadar by catamaran Pula – Losinj – Zadar.

Krk island is well connected with mainland by bridge, so there is no ferry line which connects this island with mainland. But Krk is connected with Cres by ferry Valbiska – Merag.

Rab island is reachable from Rijeka and Pag island by catamaran Rijeka – Rab – Novalja. By ferry you can arrive to Rab from Krk by ferry Baska – Lopar or from mainland by ferry Jablanac – Misnjak.

Brac is connected with mainland with two ferry lines:  ferry Split – Supetar and ferry Makarska – Sumartin, and two catamaran lines: Split – Bol – Jelsa and Split – Milna – Hvar.

You can arrive to Hvar on ferries Split – Stari Grad, Drvenik – Sucuraj, Rijeka -Split – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik or on catamaran Split – Bol – Jelsa, Split – Milna – Hvar, Split – Hvar – Vis and Split – Hvar – Korcula – Lastovo.  There is also international route (Italy – Croatia)  Ancona – Stari Grad (Hvar) – Split.

Korcula is reachable by ferries Orebic – Domince, Split – Korcula – Lastovo, and Rijeka – Split – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik or by catamaran Split – Hvar – Korcula – Lastovo.

Vis is connected with Croatian mainland by ferry Split – Vis  and catamaran Split – Hvar – Vis.

You can arrive to Mljet on ferry from penninsula Peljesac: Prapratno – Sobra or on ferry Rijeka – Split – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Dubrovnik.

Croatia is well connected with Italy by three international ferry lines:

Bari – Dubrovnik

Ancona – Zadar

Ancona – Hvar – Split.

 

Largest ferry operator in Croatia is Jadrolinija. Almost every ferry line above mentioned is operated by Jadrolinija.

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