Ferries to and from Dubrovnik
District of Dubrovnik Ferry Travel Information
No better way to travel from Italy to Dubrovnik than on a ferry! Here you will find a list of ferry connections from Dubrovnik with timetables and additional information. We strongly recommend booking ferry tickets on-line to avoid waiting in line in a ticket office.
Daily ferry from Dubrovnik Port to islands Koločep, Lopud and Šipan. The ferry leaves from top of the pier in Gruž harbor. Tickets can be bought at the Jadrolinija office (opposite the pier, see map bellow). Tickets are not available on board. See all timetables and price list bellow.
The catamaran ferry leaves from the corner of the pier in Gruž harbor. Tickets can be bought one hour before departure at the white sales kiosk next to the ship. It is possible to buy tickets in advance online. Tickets are not available on board.
This ferry line links the islands of Lastovo, Korčula, Mljet and Šipan to Dubrovnik. During the summer season connections to Korčula and Lastovo are available several times a week, with increased departures to and from Island Mljet. In the wintertime the passenger ferry operates once a day. Give yourself enough time to explore the amazing Mljet National Park.
For those travelling to Island Mljet by car, van, motorcycle or camper, there is a car ferry departing daily from Prapratno on Pelješac peninsula - some 60km from Dubrovnik.
Prapratno is located on Pelješac peninsula (Dubrovnik Region), some 4km after passing Ston. While driving, just pay attention to the road signs and you will easily reach it.
This ferry connects the Croatian mainland with Pelješac peninsula (Dubrovnik Region). It was mostly used when crossing over to Korčula if coming from the North or even to avoid the Bosnian border crossing (Neum).
At Orebic, situated on Pelješac peninsula, you can find both a car ferry and a passengers ferry that will take you over to Korčula in just 20 minutes.
Korčula is famous for its millennia-old tradition of wine making, especially white wine made from its native grapevine varieties Pošip, Rukatac and Grk. If you plan to explore the island there are public buses, to have more freedom discovering all the little villages, wineries and secluded beaches you might consider renting a car.
Car ferry line line No. 634
This is a passenger ferry connecting Dubrovnik with Split, including islands Mljet, Korčula, Hvar and Brač.See availability and prices
From the town of Dubrovnik the only international ferry connection is to Bari, Italy. The ferry runs several times per week according the pre-season and high season schedule. It takes between 8 and 9 hours to cross the Adriatic. The Dubrovnik - Bari ferry offers the convenience of bringing your own vehicle to both Croatia and Italy.
Tickets for the Dubrovnik - Bari ferry can be purchased in advance.See availability and prices
Many people have asked us how to travel from Dubrovnik to Greece, most of them lost in various expensive tour offers, confusing ferry or bus timetables of the surrounding countries.
Although it's a couple of finger lengths on the map, it is quite complicated, but if you are travelling in good company it will be a great adventure and you'll look back at it someday with a big grin.
You can say that 243 days of visits by cruise ships is quite a lot and makes the port of Dubrovnik pretty busy, especially in July, August and September.
The main port with its 1200 m long quay is located in Gruž district. All intercity and international ferries run from this port as well as most of the local ferries with exception of the Lokrum island ferry and Cavtat boats which run from the Dubrovnik Old Town port. Ferries leave from the pier at the southern point (to the left of the port building) while the cruise ships usually berth to the north (right of the port building).