The Jadrolinija Dubrovnik Bari ferry crossing between Croatia and Italy is the only service operating on this route. With crossing durations from 7 hours 30 minutes, the route is scheduled to run around 6 times per week.
The regularity and duration of crossing varies from time to time so it is advisable to get a live quote for current availability.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Dubrovnik Bari route is a car and 2 passengers.
"Dubrovnik - Bari late Jun"
Trip went well. Staff very helpful and friendly. However, we had booked a de luxe cabin and it certainly wasn't. It was clean but tired and dingy. Restaurant was cheap and cheerful rather than five star. More a ferry trip than a cruise, but no complaints.
'Malcolm' travelled Dubrovnik Bari with JadrolinijaRead More Read Less
"Great trip. Excellent staff"
Good comfortable cabin. Good sailing. Excellent helpful staff. Only criticism was being told to arrive at 7 for 10pm sailing but not boarding till 8 30
'George' travelled Dubrovnik Bari with JadrolinijaRead More Read Less
"Dubrovnik Bari sailing"
The crossing was a pleasant experience. Boarding was a little bit chaotic and we did not have many people on the crossing however we all embarked and disembarked quickly and safely as foot passengers with a 2 year old. The facilities and food on the ferry were very good. We had a 3 berth outside cabin with sink and no issues - all comfortable. The shower and toilet facilities served their purpose. The convenience of boarding, eating, going to sleep and waking up in Bari meant that this was by far the best option travelling from Dubrovnik to Bari given other options would be at least two flights. I would recommend.
'James' travelled Dubrovnik Bari with JadrolinijaRead More Read Less
"Nice ferry for a good price "
I had a deck Ticket, so hard to judge the comfort but for the price everything was OK,I would definitely recommend this company
'Peter' travelled Dubrovnik Bari with JadrolinijaRead More Read Less
Located on the Adriatic Sea coast, the Croatian city of Dubrovnik is in the Dalmatia region of the country. The city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most visited destinations in the Mediterranean. One of the most popular sites in the city are its walls which stretch for almost 2 km around the city. The walls are between 4 to 6 meters thick on the landward side but are much thinner on the seaward side. The defensive intentions of the wall are characterised by the system of towers and turrets. The city's walls have been a popular filming location for the HBO series Game of Thrones who use the walls as the location for the fictional city of Kings Landing. Also in the city is its Baroque cathedral which was built in the 18th century and contains an impressive Treasury with relics of Saint Blaise.
Dubrovnik's Ferry Terminal is located in the Kantafig area of Gruž bay roughly 3 km from the Old Town. All ferries to and from Dubrovnik arrive and depart from here. Destinations served by the port include Bari, Rijeka, Split, Stari Grad, Korcula and Mijet.
The Italian city and port of Bari lies on the Adriatic Sea coasty and is the capital of the Italian region of Puglia. The city is not particularly well known as a tourist destination although there are a few sights of interest and is conveniently located for visitors to use it as a base from which to explore the surrounding area. The city's historic centre is located on a headland that protrudes into the Adriatic Sea. Most of the archaeology in the city lies beneath the maze of narrow lanes in the Vecchia Bari quarter of the city which is famous for being confusing to visitors who frequently find themselves lost. Bari's most famous church is located between the sea and the Old Town, and is the 11th century Romanesque Basilica di San Nicola. The church is dedicated to St. Nicholas and was built in order to house his remains, which still lie in the crypt. In the main part of the church there are several interesting sights including an elaborate stone canopy over the altar and an 11th century marble bishop's throne, known as the Cattedra di Elia.
From the port of Bari, ferries depart towards Durres, Igoumenista, Cephalonia, Corfu, Patras, Kotor and Dubrovnik.