The ferry port of Dubrovnik is located in the bay of Gruž in the western part of the city and is only 2 km far from the old town, which with its historic architecture and beauty attracts tourists from around the world. Maritime transport was particularly important for Dubrovnik over the centuries of its tumultuous past, and thanks to that, the city was developing its trade with the world and besides the Venice, Dubrovnik was the most important trading center in the Mediterranean. Every year the city visit several million tourists from around the world.
The ferry lines connect Dubrovnik with the Italian coast, especially with the port of Bari and with the cities and islands along the Adriatic coast, such as Hvar, Split, Mljet, Korcula, all the way to the city of Rijeka in the North Adriatic. The port also has a regular line to the nearby islands Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan. For taxi transfers from Dubrovnik ferry port use our reliable taxi transfer service.
In recent years, an increasing number of cruisers come to Dubrovnik, and the city became an unavoidable stop for many cruise trips through the Mediterranean, organized by the world's best companies. Annually Dubrovnik attracts more than one million tourists who come to visit the old city with cruisers.