Rovinj Ferries - Prices from £122 each way
Book a ferry to Rovinj with AFerry. Ferries to Rovinj, in Croatia, are available from Italy. You can take a ferry to Rovinj from Venice.
Rovinj Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Rovinj are operated by Atlas Kompas and Venezia. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Rovinj, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Rovinj, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Hvar, Mali Losinj and Novalja to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Rovinj ferries with Atlas Kompas and Venezia are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Rovinj will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Rovinj is situated north of Croatia's Dalmatia coast. Rovinj is a picturesque fishing town, which retains a strong Italian flavour with cobblestone streets and a central promenade. Rovinj is a popular tourist resort with a warm, Mediterranean climate. Rovinj, is situated north of Croatia's Dalmatia coast. Rovinj is a picturesque fishing town, which retains a strong Italian flavour with cobblestone streets and a central promenade. Rovinj is a popular tourist resort with a warm, Mediterranean climate.
The town of Rovinj dates back to the 2nd-4th Century, and comprises features Medieval foundations and Venetian architecture. Today Rovinj has approximately 15,000 inhabitants and is a prominent town and port.
Rovinj is rich in history; you can see the ancient town walls dating from the 13th-18th Century, the Renaissance clock tower and the old town gate Balbi's Arch, which dates from 1680. Other activities on offer in Rovinj include visiting the St. Euphemia church, the town museum and walking in the many beautiful and scenic parks Rovinj has to offer. Entertainment in Rovinj includes a casino, shops and restaurants.
Ferries to Rovinj
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.
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 Lines has a fleet of 3 high speed catamarans equipped with the latest technology of air cushions combining the advanced characteristics of catamarans and hovercrafts. When on board any Venezia Lines ferry you can expect to find facilities such as spacious and executive style air-conditioned lounges, bars and restaurants along with tax free shopping.
Rovinj port facilities
Rovinj ferry port offers a range of services and facilities. The close proximity of Rovinj ferry port to Rovinj's town centre means passengers can easily access local amenities.
Valdibora Parking, Ulica Giordana Paliage, 52210, Croatia
25 Jul 2018Great trip and staff
Great trip and superb staff!
Review by KALLE
25 Aug 2017Smooth Trip
Straight forward, smooth journey, comfortable, friendly delivery of information, quick journey- would definitely use again. Point to note - don't bother with the luggage service - it's just taken from check in to the quay by the boat I. E just through the gate- You still have to take the luggage on board yourself from the quayside (even if you have boardied earlier)
Review by Anon
01 Aug 2015Poor terminal facilities at San Basilio.
The left luggage facility at the San Basilio terminal in Venice was not operating. This is unacceptable when arriving at the terminal at 11 am for a 5 pm ferry. I understand this is not a problem with the ferry service itself but it has to apply the right pressure to ensure the terminal facilities are adequate. The price of a cup of watery coffee on the ferry is exorbitant. Ferry seats are very uncomfortable for a 4 hour journey.
Review by GIANPIETRO DAPIRAN
08 Aug 2013Good trip
Efficient and pleasant way to get from Venice to Rovigno. The Venice passenger terminal is very very far from taxis and buses. On the return to Venice do not believe the sign that points to "Buses and Taxis" - it essentially is pointing to Piazzale Roma which is kilometres away. (That is not the Ferry services fault of course.)
Review by GPD
25 Jul 2013Venice to Rovinj and back by ferry - All in all not a pleasant experience.
The positive is that we got to Rovinj and back. The trip from Venice took approx 2 hours more than we had been informed at the time of booking. After booking a couple of months in advance an extra stop was added and the drop off point was changed and the vessel had problems so we arrived at our final destination at about 10:30pm instead of 8:30pm which was stressful and inconvenient for us and the owner of the apartment that we were renting from. Passengers were imprisoned inside the boat (i.e. it would have been nice to have been able to get outside for some fresh air) with less than 50% of the windows clear enough to see out of. All in all not a pleasant experience.
Review by Alan Ranson