Slovenia

Compare ferries from Slovenia to Croatia

There are 3 ferry routes operating between Slovenia and Croatia offering you combined total of 10 sailings per week. Trieste Lines operates 3 routes, Piran to Porec runs 3 times per week, Piran to Rovinj about 5 times weekly & Piran to Pula about 2 times weekly.

As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Slovenia to Croatia to get the most up to date information.

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Ferries from Slovenia to Croatia

About Slovenia:

Slovenia is a small country in southern Central Europe, bordering the northeast corner of Italy with a short coastline on the Adriatic Sea.

With seemingly endless natural masterpieces and jaw-dropping landscapes, Slovenia is a country filled to the brim with outdoor adventures. From the famous Lake Bled with its medieval church and the dramatic foothills of the Alps to the lush pine forest that dominates half the country’s total surface, there is something to excite all of your senses.

The capital and largest city of Ljubljana is one of the greenest in Europe, having been awarded the ‘Green Capital of Europe’ title for 2016 by the European Commission. Aside from its cleanliness, this city offers beautiful architecture, most notably the hilltop namesake castle, and a vibrant clubbing scene thanks to the student population.

Although Slovenia’s coastline stretches just 46 kilometres, the port in Piran offers a wide selection of international ferry routes. There are frequent crossings to the Venetian Riviera and to a number of ports on the northwest coast of Croatia.

About Croatia:

The popular destination of Croatia can be found in Southeastern Europe, across the Adriatic Sea from Italy.

With its warm summers, mild winters, perfect beaches, idyllic islands and diverse cities, is it’s easy to see why the number of visitors to Croatia increase every year.

Croatia and its islands are easily reached by ferry with many companies and routes on offer to suit most geographical needs.

If you’re travelling via Northern Italy and without a vehicle then there are seasonal high speed catamaran sailings from Venice to a large number of destinations on the coast of Istria available.

If you are travelling with a vehicle or your destination is further south then you’ll need to sail from Ancona, Pescara or Bari. The crossings are regular and operated by modern ferries which the make the journey a relaxing and pleasurable experience.