Split to Hvar

The ferry route from Split to Hvar town is one of the most popular ferry connections in Croatia. The route is operated by several ferry companies, all of which operate the route with fast boat catamarans. The sailing time is about 1 hour. In May and October, there are up to 6 daily departures. And in June, July, August, and September, there are more than 10 daily fast ferry departures, during the winter season there are 2 daily catamarans.

Most of the catamarans sail back from the town Hvar to Split after the disembarkation in Hvar, but some of the departures continue from Hvar to Korcula or from Hvar to Vis.

Split Hvar town , 2024-02-26

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16:00 Split
0h 55m
16:55 Hvar town
6 EUR per passenger

Please Note: Operating ferry company reserves the right to alter sailing times. We do our utmost to ensure the accuracy of the information provided here on Ferrycroatia, but is recommended to check all schedules/timetables with the operating ferry company.

Map travel route Split - Hvar town


 
Split to Hvar Ferry

Our crew boarding the ferry to Hvar.

Split to Hvar ferry FAQs

How long is the ferry route Split to Hvar?

The sailing time from Split to Hvar town is about 60 minutes.

Why are there only a few departures?

The timetable for the catamarans varies depending on the time of the year. The highest number of daily departures is during July and August, and the fewest departures are from October to April.

Are the ferries running from Split to Hvar?

Yes, there are ferries year around

Can I take my bike on the ferry from Split to Hvar?

As mentioned above, all departures are operated by catamarans. On catamarans operated by Jadrolinija, you can not bring your bike. However, on the Krilo Jet catamaran, you can bring your bike but you have to buy a ticket for it in advance, as there are only a few spaces. Alternatively, you can take one of the other ferry connections to Island Hvar, such as the car ferry from Split to Stari Grad. Here you can take a bike without any problem (just remember the bike needs a ticket :-))

Is there a car ferry on a route from Split to Hvar?

No, there are no car ferries on the route Split – Hvar town. You will have to travel from Split to Stari Grad if you want to bring your car.

Can you reserve a seat on the ferry from Split to Hvar?

No, you can not reserve specific seats. However, as Split is the starting location of the catamaran, you should be able to get seats next to each other if you are early in line at the Split port.

Do you need to buy the ticket in advance on the ferry from Split to Hvar?

The ferry Split to Hvar is extremely popular, especially in the summer. So if you wish to board a specific departure, you should definitely buy the ticket in advance, either online or one day before at the port.

Is there a toilet on the catamarans from Split to Hvar?

Yes, all the catamarans have toilets.

Are there catering services on the catamarans from Split to Hvar?

Yes, each of the catamarans has a kiosk/bar, where you can buy, coffee, drinks, and snacks.

Can I re-book my ferry ticket from Split to Hvar?

Each of the catamaran companies has separate policies, from ticket amendment and cancellation, so you will have to check with them.

How much luggage can I bring on the catamaran from Split to Hvar?

You can bring one large suitcase (up to 20 kg, but nobody checks the exact weight :-)), plus a handbag/backpack. The suitcases are stored in the catamaran racks, so keep your valuables and electronics in the handbag.

Are there any other ferry connections to Hvar Island from the mainland?

Yes, of course. There is the car ferry from Split to Stari Grad, and a car ferry from Drvenik to Sucuraj. Moreover, there is a catamaran from Split to Jelsa on Hvar Island and a catamaran from Dubrovnik to Hvar town.

2024 Prices for the route from Split to Hvar

Prices for the route from Hvar to Split range from 8 euros to 20 euros depending on the carrier and type of ship.

Tickets for the catamaran KAPETAN LUKA – KRILO cost 20 euros

Tickets for the JADROLINIJA route cost 8.10 euros, and tickets for the catamaran cost around 8-10 euros.

Tickets for the TP LINE catamaran cost 20 euros.

A ticket for the ADRIATIC FAST FERRIES catamaran costs 16 euros.

 

Popular ferries from Split

Split – Korcula Split – Bol Split – Vis
Split – Rogac Split – Dubrovnik Split – Milna

Popular ferries from Hvar

Hvar – Bol Hvar – Korcula Hvar – Vis
Hvar – Mljet Hvar – Dubrovnik Hvar – Vela Luka