Solta ferry port is currently the only entry point to the island.
As of 2023, there is only one ferry line which departs from Solta ferry port: Solta - Split. The line is operated by Jadrolinija and it departs 4 times a day during the winter season. During the summer season, there are more departures as more visitors want to come to the island.
The ticket price for an adult person is 4.25 euros, and for a car is 17.50 euros.
The ride takes one hour. The ferry features a comfortable saloon and a small coffee bar.
Check the schedule of ferry lines on Jadrolinija's website.

Solta features nice villages
Solta features nice villages

Solta ferry port location

Solta ferry port is located in the area near Rogac, a small coastal village which became a popular tourist destination.
After the ferry arrives at the port, passengers need to take a bus to reach the desired island's destination.

Rogac ferry port
Rogac ferry port

Jadrolinija ticket shop is located just at the port. You can buy the ticket on the spot, or online on the Jadrolinija website.
There is a bistro pizzeria called Rogac located only a hundred meters away from the port. It's a nice outdoor cafe with a beautiful sea view. It is a perfect place to have a coffee while waiting for your ferry departure.
Restaurant Pasarela is located 300 meters away from the port. The restaurant offers fish and meat meals.
The parking price in the area around the port is 0.4 euros per hour during the winter season and 0.8 euros per hour during the summer season.
The ATM operated by OTP bank is there, as well as a bakery and tobacco shop.
The only gas station on the island operated by INA is located in the vicinity of the port. It can be used both by cars and boats.

If your final destination is Rogac, you can reach it by just walking. It will take you less than 5 minutes to reach the centre of the village.
The other destinations are reachable by car (if you brought one from Split) or by local bus line operated by Promet Split.
The bus waits for the passengers at the ferry port.
Distances to other island destinations from the ferry port are as follows:

  • Grohote:1 km
  • Nečujam: 9 km
  • Gornje Selo: 10 km
  • Stomorska: 13 km
  • Srednje Selo: 3 km
  • Donje Selo: 4 km
  • Maslinica: 9 km

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