Last updated 12 December 2017
The Split ferry port is the largest passenger seaport in Croatia and considered the 3rd busiest port on the Mediterranean. It has lines connecting Split with the rest of Croatia like Dubrovnik, Rijeka and the islands as well as international routes to Ancona and Pescara in Italy.
The Split ferry port is easily accessible by all kinds of transportation - both the train station and the main bus station are located in the port area. The Eastern part of the city's harbor attracts a large number of visitors due to the vicinity of the city center - the historical part of the town and the big open market.
Split is the main base of catamaran connections in Central DalmatiaThe islands of Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo are situated in front of Split and are connected with frequent catamaran lines and car ferry lines.
The main operators at the Split ferry port are Jadrolinija, SNAV, BlueLine and LNP
Scroll down to the map to view which lines depart from which of the two piers in the port.
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.