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The port of Pula in North Croatia (or Pola in Italian) is the ideal port for travel to Italy from Croatia with frequent ferry crossings to Venice. The ferry company that operates this route is Venezia lines. With AFerry you can always find the cheapest ferry prices and latest deals for ferries from Croatia to Italy by using the Compare Prices booking form.
The Pula to Venice ferry route is only available in the summer and when available AFerry shows the latest Pula ferry timetables, journey times as well as our latest and best prices.
Ferries to and from Pula
Atlas Kompass operates two modern ships with outdoor decks, air-conditioned seating areas and a bar serving refreshments and snacks. Duty free shopping is available on board.
The Commodore Cruise ship, the Fast Motor Boat Dora has two floors of airline style seating, both fully air-conditioned to help you relax on your journey. The are two onboard bars, one inside and one outside on the sun deck.
Trieste Lines operates two high speed hydrofoil vessels; the Cris M and the Fiammetta M. Both ships sail at speeds of up to 35 knots, are fully air conditioned and provide top class facilities, including a bar, television screens and music.
Venezia Line Ferries has a fleet of three high speed catamarans equipped with the latest air cushion technology which combine the advanced characteristics of catamarans and hovercrafts. This technology allows speeds of up to 40 knots while ensuring a remarkably comfortable journey. Onboard, Venezia Lines Ferry service offers a variety of onboard facilities such as spacious and executive style air-conditioned lounges, bars and restaurants along with tax free shopping.
The city historically concentrated on winemaking, fishing and ship building for its economy and many remnants of these industries are still visible. It is worth taking time out to look around the city and its many beautiful historic buildings.
Pula, as well as being a charming tourist destination in its own right - famous for the Roman amphitheatre which dates back 1st century B.C., is also well connected to the rest of the country. The port itself is located close to the city centre and close to the major road routes of the A9 route 66 meaning that places like Porec, Novigrad and Rijeka are easily accessible.
With a history dating back over 3,000 years, Pula is a historic way to enter and leave the country of Croatia. Ferries from Pula go to Venice in Italy and can be booked online through AFerry.
Pula port facilities
Pula port has all the basic amenities you should need.
Getting to Pula
There are bus connections to destinations across Croatia. There is also a train station in Pula itself though, for historical reasons, the trains departing from Pula all go into Slovenia rather than connecting to the rest of Croatia.
52100, Pula, Croatia
Riva 14, , 52100, Pula (Pola), Croatia
Riva, 52100 Pula, Croatia