More Ferries from Italy to Croatia

If you travel to Croatia from central Italy this summer you’ll have a choice of ferry companies connecting Pescara with the Croatian coast. As last summer, Sanmar has daily ferries from Pescara to Stari Grad on Hvar Island and Split on its fast Jetfoil. Plus they offer bus transfers from Naples, Caserna and Salerno in southern Italy. The service starts June 16 and ends September 9 with extra boats at the height of the summer season. See more options for ferries from Italy to Croatia. Related Posts:Top Ten Travel Mistakes in CroatiaBest Croatia Islands by RegionBest Restaurants in Croatia 2016It’s … Continue reading →

Easter in Croatia

Easter is a big, big holiday in Croatia with festivities occurring all throughout the country. (Read more about celebrating Easter in Croatia) It’s clearly a great time to visit Croatia but where do Croatians go for Easter? A recent survey of travel agents in Croatia indicates that those who can afford it are choosing China and Cuba this year. Cuban music has become a staple of Croatian nightlife; I wonder if we’ll soon be seeing more Chinese restaurants sprinkled around the country. Closer destinations popular among vacationing Croatians include Prague and Rome. Why not? Croatians that stay in country¬† head … Continue reading →

BlueLine summer ferry route published

Once again, BlueLine (an affiliate of SEM) will be covering the popular Split-Hvar-Vis-Ancona ferry routes. Not much has changed since last year with a daily boat running between Split and Ancona at the height of the summer season and near-daily ferries in the shoulder season. Ferries from Ancona to Hvar are three-times weekly and there’s a Saturday connection from Ancona to Vis in the busy summer season.¬† See all timetables from Ancona to Croatia. Related Posts:Top Ten Travel Mistakes in CroatiaIsland Hopping Ferry Back This SummerIt’s Back! Island-Hopping Ferry Officially ReturnsBREAKING: Pescara Ferries Cancelled!Dubrovnik: New in 2016Best Croatia Islands by … Continue reading →