Cesenatico to Croatia Ferry
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Cesenatico is connected to Croatia via the port of Mali Losinj. On average, there are 9 crossings per week between Cesenatico and Croatia, which are operated by Gomo Viaggi. Crossings from Cesenatico to Mali Losinj usually take around 3 hours.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Cesenatico and Croatia. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Cesenatico is a port town on the Adriatic coast of Italy in the region of Emilia-Romagna, about 30 kilometres south of Ravenna. This picturesque historical center, retains the atmosphere of an old fishermans village, with a and well equipped sandy beach. There are two big parks one of which Giardini al Mare is a lively place where people can sunbathe and rest.
The town is a favourite of cyclists with many international cycling events held there mainly during spring. In one of the many typical restaurants facing the Canal Harbour, designed by Leonardo da Vinci you can taste the local speciality of Adriatic blue fish. A hand-printed cloth, a characteristic local craft is a favourite purchase with tourists. Places of interest in the area include, the city of Ravenna (34 km), a world heritage site and the Mirabilandia amusement park in Savio (20 km); Rimini and its coast (15 km).
Croatia has one of the most diverse landscape and culture in Europe.
You can explore the stunning Adriatic coastline or discover the UNESCO world heritage site of Dubrovnik or just chill out on the beaches with water sports or just soak up the sun.
Croatia is also home for amazing wildlife such as wild wolves, bears and different species of birds.
There are an almost limitless number of things to see in Croatia and the best way to do that is by cycling or hiking along the Dalmatian coast.
If that's not your thing, then there are pristine beaches to relax on, breathtaking villages to explore and scenery that will make you understand why Croatia is considered one of the most beautiful parts of Europe.