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Are you planning a trip to Croatia? Search the best ferry from Ancona to Zadar with Croatia ferry booking system by NetFerry. This page allows you to compare ferry operators who cover the routes to Zadar departing from Ancona and related timetables, tariffs and durations.
The Ancona Zadar ferry line is served by our partner Jadrolinija who provide 5 weekly sailings with travel times that range between 6 hours and 9 hours and mostly afternoon and evening departures. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. All travel options provide at least toilets and bar service, the longer routes also have self-service restaurants, shops and various cabin options.
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Port of ANCONA
Ancona is the main passenger port in Italy and about 1.5 million travelers pass through each year. The elbow shaped port has meant that this stretch of sea has been used as a port since antiquity beginning with the Greeks, who founded the city. The Greeks also gave Ancona its name that was inspired by its shape, as Ankon means elbow in Greek. Under the Romans the port was enlarged under the Emperor Trajan, they erected a triumphal arch in the port in his honor. The Saracen raids then destroyed the port, which was rebuilt and fortified during the period when Ancona became a Maritime Repub... [More information]
Address: Banchina Nazario Sauro, 18, 60121 Ancona AN
Directions: Google Map @ Ancona, port
Guide of ZADAR
Zadar in Croatia is a beautiful city overlooking the Adriatic Sea and for a long time, it was the capital of Dalmatia. It is a charming city both for its beautiful beaches and interesting archaeological sites. A brief history of Zadar For a long time Zadar was one of the most important cities for the Republic of Venice, after the fall of the republic, Zadar went under Napoleonic forces and became part of Austrian territory as the capital of Dalmatia, up until the early twentieth century. The city was founded as an outpost in the 9th century BC by the Illyrians, of the Iburni. At the beginning ... [More information]
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