The Port of Split is a port in the central Dalmatian city of Split, Croatia. The port was originally a trading post originally established by Greek settlers from the island of Vis and subsequently taken over by the Romans. The port is in the centre of Split, very close to the railway and bus stations. The Port of Split is the largest passenger port in Croatia and the third largest passenger seaport in the Mediterranean. The port serves eight island ferry lines, and nine additional passenger shipping lines connecting nearby islands. There are such transport links to the islands of Brač and Hvaras well as to islands of Vis, Lastovo, Korčula, Šolta, Drvenik Veliki, Drvenik Mali providing regular transport links for a large area.
In addition to being important as a domestic terminus, the port of Split is a major cruise destination as well as being an international crossing point between Croatia and Ancona in Italy. As such it has the normal external passport and custom facilities.
Date of Visit: 29 July 2021