Porec ferry port in Croatia connects you with Venice in Italy with a choice of up to 12 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Porec to Venice crossing is from 2 hours 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Venezia Lines & Atlas Kompas.
Situated on the north west coast of Croatia, Porec is a Roman town that connects Croatia with Italy and Slovenia. The ferry routes departing the port head to Venice, Trieste and Piran, with the crossings typically lasting between 50 minutes and three hours.
Beautiful weather, Roman infrastructure and picturesque scenery have prompted Porec to soar into the upper echelons of tourist destinations. The thousands of visitors each summer make it a place to avoid if you’re looking for a relaxing time in peaceful surroundings, especially considering the myriad of clubs and cheap alcohol that make it the ideal location for young party-goers craving a good time. Unlike more intense and debauched party destinations, Porec still maintains a family friendly atmosphere and has an abundance of highly rated hotels.
The town certainly doesn’t have a lack of attractions, yet the beauty of Porec lies in its location; situated right in the centre of the Istria region, it’s easy to escape the noise by heading to one of the quieter towns in close proximity. However, you don’t have to veer away from Porec to bask in stunning architecture engulfed in medieval conditions – the Old Town is an idyll lined with quaint buildings and Euphrasian Basilica is a UNESCO World Heritage site that has grown into the most popular landmark.
The best way to get around is usually by car, especially if you’re planning on travelling out of the town. Alternatively, most choose to walk around the Old Town or when travelling around the resorts.
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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