The Bari Dubrovnik ferry route connects Italy with Croatia. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Jadrolinija. The crossing operates up to 5 times each week with sailing durations from around 10 hours.
Bari Dubrovnik sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Bari Dubrovnik route is a car and 2 passengers.
"Old ship, well run"
The ferry they use is getting on a bit but it was clean and the staff look after you so all fine.
'Anonymous' travelled Bari Dubrovnik with JadrolinijaRead More Read Less
Wonderful experience. Slept great. Lovely crew.
'Anonymous' travelled Bari Dubrovnik with Jadrolinija on DubrovnikRead More Read Less
"Croatia Ferry trip"
Perfect, can't complain about anything. Came from Denmark, drove down to Bari and all went as booked.
'Brian' travelled Bari Dubrovnik with JadrolinijaRead More Read Less
Travelling between Bari and Dubrovnik on the night ferry was not something we were looking forward to but the staff on board were not only friendly but also delightfully witty (specifically the gentlemen at reception) they were very helpful and welcoming. The only negative thing we remember was when we were looking for a place to sit for the evening (we had only deck space) we found ourselves in a hallway where the private rooms were, a staff member came around the corner and scolded us for being there and offered little help other than aggressively telling us we "belong" downstairs before even looking at our tickets. Her poor customer service was however made up by the gentlemen at reception as mentioned before. The waiters were also very nice! If you can afford it I do recommend booking a berth for a good night's sleep :)
'Bailey' travelled Bari Dubrovnik with Jadrolinija on DubrovnikRead More Read Less
The Italian city of Bari, located in the province of Bari, lies on the Adriatic Sea coast. The town is perhaps best known for its university and sea port. There are many visitor attractions in the city including the Basilica di San Nicola which was established in the 11th century to receive the remains of Saint Nicolas which are now located beneath the church's altar in the crypt. Also worth a visit is Bari Cathedral which was constructed between 1034 and 1178 and is dedicated to Saint Sabinus of Canosa.
Bari's port is one of the most important in the region and provides a hub for sea traffic between Italy and the Middle East and Balkan regions. The port has two harbours. The Old Port is located closest to the old city and is mainly used for small boats and fishing vessels. The modern new port offers passengers destinations including Durres, Igoumenitsa, Cephalonia, Corfu, Patras, Kotor and Dubrovnik. Crossings to Corfu take 8 hours and are only available during the summer months. Services to Igoumenitsa take 9 hours and 30 minutes and also operate during the summer. The New Port is modern and offers both short-term and long-term parking options.
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik is located in the Dalmatia region of the country and lies on the Adriatic Sea coast. The city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean and one of the most visited attractions in the city are its city walls. They are around 6 meters thick and stretch for around 2 km around the old city and was built with a series of turrets and towers in order to defend the city from attackers. The city's architecture is spectacular and includes many churches, monasteries, museums and fountains. The city's 18th century cathedral contains relics from the 11th and 18th centuries including the gold-plated arm, leg and skull of Saint Blaise and a relic of the True Cross.
The city's ferry terminal is located in the Kantafig area of Gruz Bay, around 3 km from the Old Town. Ferries operating out of the port depart to Bari, Rijeka, Stari Grad. Korcula and Mijet.