To help you plan your travels in Croatia, we’ve produced this Croatia ferries map that shows the long-distance routes that operate in the country. There are many, many more routes that run in particular regions (e.g. the Split region, the Dubrovnik region and so on) that we haven’t included on this map.
Please note that not all routes operate year-round: we’ve marked which routes operate all months of the year.
Do also note that this map generally shows the catamaran routes that exist – the lines don’t follow exact sailing lines…and in many cases, they are slightly exaggerated to show certain routes more clearly! Also, we have missed out some of the stops on the smaller islands (particularly in the northern Adriatic) for clarity.
As you can see, there are two distinct regions that offer long-distance services – the northern and southern parts of the coast! (This means there is no service that travels down the entire Croatian coast, as there once was.)
Now, let’s look at the two regions a little more closely…
Northern Croatia Ferries Map
Jadrolinija: Rijeka – Cres Town (island of Cres) – Martinscica (island of Cres) – Unije – Susak – Ilovik – Mali Losinj (island of Losinj)
🧍♂️ Foot passenger-only catamaran – Sails year-round – timetable here
Southern Croatia Ferries Map
TP Line: Dubrovnik – Sipanska Luka (island of Sipan) – Sobra (island of Mljet) – Polace (island of Mljet) – Korcula Town (island of Korcula) – Ubli (island of Lastovo)
🧍♂️ Foot passenger-only service – Sails year-round – timetable here