The ferry from Split to Ancona connects Croatia with Italy. The route is offered up to 6 times a week by shipping companies Jadrolinija and SNAV. The travel time is about 9 hours.
Port info for the ferry route Split - Ancona
Split is located on the Dalmatian coast. The city is perfect for vacationers who want to combine a beach and city vacation. One of the most famous sights is the Diocletian's Palace in the heart of the port city. This imperial ruin is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition, Split has a large number of monasteries and churches. The city center is characterized by Roman culture. In particular, the Riva waterfront is ideal for walks or culinary experiences. Split is also the perfect starting point for a sailing boat trip. There are several surrounding islands to discover.
In the port city of Ancona, located on the Adriatic coast, history and modernity meet. The bustling port has been of great importance for trade and residents since the 2nd century BC and today attracts visitors with cafes, bars and restaurants. Culture fans get their money's worth with churches and cathedrals from different eras and various museums displaying both art and archaeological objects.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Here you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about the ferry from Split to Ancona.
How long does the Ferry to Ancona from Split take?
The travel duration for this ferry route is approximately between 9:0 hours and 9:30 hours.
Which ferry companies offer crossings from the port of Split to the port of Ancona?
The ferry route from Split to Ancona is currently operated by the ferry companies Jadrolinija and SNAV.
Where can I buy tickets for the ferry from Split to Ancona?
You can easily book tickets with us. Also keep an eye out for current offers and discounts for the route Split - Ancona.
How often do ferries run from Split to Ancona ?
The direct route from the ferry port Split to the port in Ancona is currently offered up to 9 times a week.
Are pets allowed on the ferry?
Yes, pets are allowed on almost all routes, but must be specified when booking. The animals can either be leashed or taken to the passenger area in transport boxes, or they can spend the crossing in the car. There are also special pet cabins for certain routes, but the number is limited.