Is there a ferry from Zadar?
Krilo Kapetan Luka, Jadrolinija provide Zadar ferries connecting Croatia with 7 destinations. Ferries from Zadar sail approximately 7 times a day and up to 13 times a week.
Where can I get a ferry from Zadar?
Zadar ferries sail to Susak, Unije, Ilovik, Silba, Pula, Ancona, Mali Losinj.
How long is the ferry from Zadar?
Ferries sailing from Zadar can range between 1h 0m and 7h 0m. Ferry times can change from season to season.
What is the fastest ferry from Zadar?
The fastest ferry from Zadar is on the Zadar - Silba ferry in 1h 0m with Krilo Kapetan Luka.
Popular routes from Zadar
Ferries from Zadar - Ancona sail approximately 1 times per week with a crossing time of 7h 0m. The average price of a Zadar - Ancona ferry is about £192.04. The Zadar - Pula ferry runs 2 times per week with a duration of 4h 45m. The average price of a Zadar - Pula ferry is around £48.3.
How much do ferries from Zadar cost?
Ferry price from Zadar can range between £58.10 and £380.00 depending on various factors such as the route, season, operator and type of ship.
Is there a car ferry from Zadar?
Yes, you can take a car ferry from Zadar with Jadrolinija. For more information on routes and car ferry prices view our Deal Finder.
Are foot passengers allowed on ferries from Zadar?
Foot Passengers are allowed on ferries from Zadar. You can travel as a foot passenger from Zadar with Krilo Kapetan Luka, Jadrolinija.
Can I take my pet on the ferry from Zadar?
You can take your pet on the ferry from Zadar with Jadrolinija. For more information about pet accommodation and fees please view our Deal Finder.
Can I book a cabin on ferries from Zadar?
Cabins are available on some ferry routes from Zadar. Operators that have cabins on ferries from Zadar include Jadrolinija. Check our Deal Finder for the best option for you.
What is there to do in Zadar?
Regarded by Alfred Hitchcock as ‘the most beautiful sunset in the world’ Zadar has places of such incredible beauty that its condensed area of breathtaking aesthetics is arguably the most spectacular on the planet. As you sit back and enjoy a cocktail along the waterfront, witnessing the enigmatic allure of the skyline, watch locals and tourists dance on the astonishing monument to the sun – a 22 metre circle composed of solar panels that reflect the fading sunlight in a stunning display of lights and colour. To accompany the glorious sight of the flashing lights, an enormous underground harmonica plays when waves gently rock back and forth against the promenade, creating the impression of the sea quietly humming in the moonlight.
To walk along the waterfront in the heights of summer is a privilege, and the rest of Zadar is equally as idyllic; a few secluded beaches are dotted along the coastline, always sparing room for visitors to place their towel on the tired pebbles or golden sands before exploring the ocean. A short walk into the city centre and you’ll find a wealth of historical architecture, The Forum and Zadar City Gate are the most striking buildings, whilst the Monastery of St. Francis adds a religious element.