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Split ferry port handles a very large amount of passenger traffic with 4 million passengers a year. Split ferry port features daily coastal routes to Italy and connects most of the Dalmatian islands.
Split (also known as Spalato in Italian) is the largest and most important city in Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia. It is situated on a small peninsula on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area and is considered just over 1700 years old, it boasts many medieval sites; its historic centre was included into the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Split is considered to be one of the centres of Croatian culture. Split has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and warm, wet winters. It is also one of the sunniest places in Europe.
Ulica Gat Svetog Duje, 21000, Split, Croatia
Gat Sv Duje Bb Trajektni Term, HR - 2100 Spalato - Split, Croatia
22 Jun 2019Disappointing
The boat was clearly old but better for it in parts. However our cabin was appalling. One bed was pushed up against the wardrobe which then could not be opened without rearranging all the furniture. Would not have made any difference as there were no hangers. Also no curtains or blind, no hot water of any kind. One hot tap was broken and it gave no water at all. The other hot tap was cold water. There were no curtains nor blind at the window which could not be looked through as it was so dirty you could see nothing anyway . In Public areas carpets were filthy. Catering for evening session was quite satisfactory but Breakfast had two choices a croissant or no croissant. Unfortunately there appeared to be no alternatives on that route Ancona to Split Which is probably why it is so poor.
Review by DENIS KIRTLEY