Split ferry port can sometimes look as the most chaotic place in Split if you don’t know how to find your way to your ferry destination.

There are dozens of ferries sailing to and from Split to different Central Dalmatian destinations. If anything about Split ferry port confuses you, just read my simple guide and directions for help.

Split ferry port map
Split ferry port map

On the map above you can see three key points inside the Split passengers harbor. Three piers correspond to different destinations and types of marine transportation, ferries for both cars and passengers, and catamarans which are only for passengers. If you’re interested to learn more about Split port history and development see Wikipedia for more information.

Split ferry port also has a fourth pier called Lukobran, used only by cruise ships. It was recently enlarged and deepened to be able to handle larger cruise ships and more traffic.

On the map you can easily find Split Bus and Train stations. Both are very close to each other.

Split ferry port berths
Split ferry port berths

If you are arriving from Split airport by regular bus transfer or by taxi, chances are you will stop at Obala Lazareta. All foot passengers can take a fast catamaran to one of the islands here. See catamaran schedules and departures from Split port.

Split Ferry Port Docks

Car ferries sail from other two port piers, as shown on the photo.

International ferries from or to Italy usually depart from Gat Sv.Duje (Gat means dock or pier) pier.

Majority of local island car ferries leave from local ferry pier Gat Sv.Petra.

It is important to note that local ferries to/from Split can not be reserved online. You can technically book your local ferry ticket in advance on Jadrolinija’s website, but it doesn’t even guarantee a spot on your ferry.

You can purchase ferry tickets in local Jadrolinija sales point. Address is: Obala Lazareta bb, 21000 Split, Gat Sv.Duje bb, 21000 Split (yes, right on the ferry port). Phone number +385 21 33 83 33 in case you need it.

International Italy to Split ferries (Ancona to Split) can be booked online here. You can also book Ancona – Stari Grad (Hvar island) – Split – Ancona route for travelers planning to reach Hvar island directly. This route is only available in July and August.

Special note for all passengers traveling by car:

Finding a ferry ticket in lower season (May to June and September to October) is usually not a problem. But in high season (July and August) you should book a car ferry at least one day in advance. Make sure you show up several hours before departure. Passengers can always find room on board, but vehicle space can quickly fill up.

Split Ferry Port Address

JADROLINIJA
Agencija Split
Gat Sv.Duje bb, Split
tel. +385 21 33 83 33, +385 21 33 83 04, +385 21 33 83 05
fax. +385 21 33 82 22
ag.split@jadrolinija.hr

Tickets can be purchased at the main office of Jadrolinija, the main ferry carrier in Croatia.

Office is located within the large ferry terminal opposite the bus terminal that runs all services departing from the docks around the terminal, or at one of the kiosks on Gat Sv.Duje pier.

If you’re only staying in Split for a short time, consider accommodation near traffic hubs:

Summer ferry crowds at Split port
Summer ferry crowds at Split port

See also: new Split local ferries schedule is available to Supetar (Brac island), Stari Grad (Hvar island) and Vis island!

Alternative ferry companies and routes

Kapetan Luka is a Croatian shipping operator with its head office based in Krilo Jesenice, near Split.

The company was established in 1889 as a small cargo ship carrier. Since 1970 it has become a cruising, excursions and day trip company with high speed catamarans.

Krilo catamaran
Krilo catamaran

Kapetan Luka also runs a new tourist high speed line Split-Brac (Milna)-Hvar-Korcula-Mljet-Dubrovnik, Catamaran Line 9602 Split – Hvar – Vis – Split. Booking is available online!

Tickets sale point in Split ferry port for all Krilo’s catamarans is at small kiosk at pier Gat Sv. Petar, the one indicated as local ferry dock on the photo. Phone number is +381 21 645 476.

In Hvar town you can purchase tickets at Pelegrini Tours at Hvar Riva Promenade, tel. +0381 21 742 743.

From Split Airport to Split Port

The cheapest and easiest way to go from Split airport to Split port is to take an airport bus which leaves you off at Obala Lazareta, just a short walk from the ferry port.

Alternatively you can find and book Split airport transfers here, or consider car rental if you plan on doing more traveling.

In case you are getting to the port by your own or rental car, find out where to find parking space near the port. Split city suffers from a shortage of parking places.

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