Ferries to and from Split
List of ferry connections from Split with timetables and additional information. We strongly recommend booking ferry tickets on-line to avoid waiting in line at the ticket office. Split has a direct ferry connection with Ancona in Italy running every day.
This fast passengers line connects Split with islands Korčula and Lastovo via Hvar island. Sailing daily from Split.
Catamaran line No. 9604
Catamaran ferry connecting Split with Bol (Island Brač) and Jelsa (Island Hvar). This fast ferry route from Split to Hvar town is one of the most popular ferry connections in Croatia so be sure to book your tickets in time during summer. Sailing time from Split to Hvar takes about 1 hour.
Catamaran line no. 9603
Catamaran ferry connecting Split with Island Vis, via Island Hvar and Island Brač
Daily catamaran lines from Split are the easiest way of reaching many of the nearby islands (assuming you’re not traveling by car). Unfortunately, because of the timing, the connection is not suitable for those who want to make a day trip from Split to Hvar or Vis Island. If you have a car there is a car ferry connection between Split and Hvar island.
Catamaran line no. 9602
Popular catamaran ferry connecting Split with Island Hvar. The ticket price per person is 18 Euro, additional baggage is 5 Euro per piece.
Daily catamaran lines from Split are the easiest way of reaching Hvar (assuming you’re not travelling by car). If you have a car there is a car ferry connection between Split and Hvar island.
Catamaran line no. 9604S
Popular car ferry connecting Split with Island Vis.
Island Vis is the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland and arguably one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia. Breathtaking nature, picturesque townships, unspoiled secluded beaches, vibrant underwater world, rich history and delicious local cuisine.
Please note that during high season on weekends personal vehicles have boarding priority.
Car ferry line No. 602
This car ferry is the main connection between Split on the mainland and Hvar island.
Duration of voyage - 120 minutes
Car ferry line No. 635
This car ferry connects Supetar on island Brač with ferry port Split on the mainland. Duration of Voyage - 50 minutes.
There are four ferry ports on Island Brač: Bol, Sumartin, Supetar and Milna.
Car ferry line No. 631
Lastovo island is connected to Split on the mainland with a car ferry that sails via Vela Luka on Korčula island.
Car ferry line No. 604
This ferry from Drvenik to Sućuraj on Hvar island runs all year round and is a popular choice if you are island hopping by car. Ferry port Drvenik is situated on the Croatian mainland. Journey time is 35 minutes.
Car ferry line No. 632
Šolta Island is a popular summer destination and this ferry provides an excellent connection for day trips from Split. During high season it runs 7 or 8 journeys per day.
Duration of Voyage - 60 minutes.
Car ferry line No. 636
The car ferry from Makarska to Sumartin on Brač island runs daily and more frequent during the summer. It is a better option than the ferry from Split to Supetar - and it's cheaper - of course, only if you are located closer to Makarska.
Duration of Voyage - 60 minutes.
Car ferry line No. 638
Ferry connecting Split on the Croatian mainland with Ancona in Italy. Currently operated by Jadrolinija Ferry Company and SNAV.
Duration of Voyage - ca. 9 hours.
Car ferry line No. 53
The Split ferry port is the largest passenger seaport in Croatia and considered the 3rd busiest port on the Mediterranean. It has many ferry lines connecting Split with the rest of Croatia like Dubrovnik, Rijeka and the islands as well as international routes to Ancona and Bari in Italy.
Split is the main base of catamaran connections in Central Dalmatia.The islands of Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo are situated in front of Split and are connected with frequent catamaran lines and car ferry lines.