Porec ferry port in Croatia is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Venice, Trieste & Piran available. With a selection of up to 19 Sailings Weekly, the port of Porec connects Croatia with Italy & Slovenia.
Sailing durations range from 50 minutes on the Piran service to 3 hours on the Venice service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Porec fare search.
Porec is a city and port on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, in Istria county, Croatia.
During the 2nd century BC a Roman Castrum was built on a tiny peninsula where the city core is situated today. During the reign of Emperor Octavian in the 1st century, it officially became a city and was part of the Roman colony Colonia Iulia Parentium. In the 3rd century the place already had an organized Christian community with an early-Christian complex of sacral buildings.
A basilica was built here in the 5th century where the relics of Porec bishop and martyr Saint Maurus, now the patron saint of the city, were kept. The city plan still shows the ancient Roman Castrum structure. The main streets are Decumanus and Cardo Maximus, still preserved in their original ancient forms.
Today Prec is them main destination for toursits to the region.
Porec port is located in Obala Marsala Tita, close to the centre of the town.
Porec Ferry Port is approximately 600m from the main bus station and can be easily reached by foot. From the main Bus station you can walk along the coast until you reach the customs jetty, marked "Granicni prijelaz Porec". Customs jetty is in front of Hotel Neptun and opposite the island of St. Nikola.
Obala Marsala Tita, 52440 Porec
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