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Ancona to Split / Split to Ancona3 crossings weekly11 hr 15 min
Split, or Spalato in Italian, is the largest and most important city in Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia. Split is situated on a small peninsula on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea. Split is also known as one of the centres of Croatian culture. Split benefits from a warm, Mediterranean climate and is one of the sunniest places in Europe, attracting many visitors and making the city a popular tourist destination. Ferries from Split go to Ancona and Pescara in Italy throughout the year with Blue Line Ferries, and during the summer months with SNAV. You can find your ferry using the simple booking form from AFerry
Below you can find Split ferry times, as well as our best deals.
Ferries to and from Split
Latest check-in times for Split ferries can be found on the booking confirmation, but please be sure to check latest check-in time with the operator before sailing.
Onboard facilities on Blue Line Ferries include an à la carte restaurant, a self-service restaurant, casino, lounge bar, children's playroom, duty free shops, driver's lounge, reception lounge, chapel and open deck bar. The Blue Line fleet have a range of accommodation facilities such as cabins and airline style seats.
SNAV has the latest and the fastest fleet in the Mediterranean composed mostly of hydrofoils and catamarans. SNAV ferries are capable of reaching speeds of up to 38 knots. All of the SNAV catamarans and hydrofoils have cafeterias and snack bars on board.
SNAV and Blue Line ferries offer great deals and promotions on Split ferries, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
Split port facilities
Split ferry port has a range of services and facilities for passengers. Its close proximity to the centre of the city also allows passengers easy access to the local amenities.
Getting to Split
Split ferry port is easily accessible from the city by road, and can be found close to the 'Obala kneza Domagoja' main road.
Split, or Spalato in Italian, is the largest and most important city in Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia. Split is situated on a small peninsula on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea. Split is also known as one of the centres of Croatian culture. Split benefits from a warm, Mediterranean climate and is one of the sunniest places in Europe, attracting many visitors and making the city a popular tourist destination.
Split is one of the oldest cities in the area, dating back more than 1700 years, and has many historical sites. The old town of Split dates back to Medieval times, and is home to many of Split's attractions, such as Diocletian's palace. The historic centre of Split is listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
There are many interesting museums in Split, including the Museum of Croatian Archaeological monuments, the Ethnographic Museum, the Museum of Natural Science and the Museum of Maritime History. Split is also home to many art galleries such as the Mestrovic Gallery. Also worth visiting is the Marjan Forest Park, which comprises beautiful parkland, scenic paths, playgrounds and the Split zoo.
Ulica Gat Svetog Duje, 21000, Split, Croatia
Gat Sv Duje Bb Trajektni Term, HR - 2100 Spalato - Split, Croatia