Depending on the week you sail, you may need to fly to Split Airport (SPU) or Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), both of which are well connected to many European airports. Read on for some tips on getting to Croatia, and to your marina.
Getting to Croatia
We recommend planning your journey in some detail. As you will be starting in one marina and finishing in another it may be worth using the multi-city option when searching for flights to make avoid a long return journey when you finish your week. For example, you may wish to book an inbound flight to Dubrovnik where your route may start and a return flight from Split where your route finishes, and vice versa. Split Airport (SPU) is the closest airport to Baotic Marina. Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) is closest to Dubrovnik Marina. We recommend using a search engine to find the best flights:
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Getting to your marina
Dubrovnik Airport to Dubrovnik Marina
Taxi drivers line up outside and it may make the most sense for a larger group of people. Cost is approximately €30-€40 (250 Kuna).
Catch the airport bus which goes to Dubrovnik, and then catch another (local) bus, number 1A or 1B for Mokosica and ask the driver to tell you when you reach ACI Marina Dubrovnik. Cost is approximately €10-€15 (70 Kuna) per person.
Split airport to Marina Baotic (also known as Seget marina)
There are multiple ways of reaching Marina Baotić. Taxi drivers line up outside and it may make the most sense for a larger group of people. Split airport to Marina Baotić = €35 (260 Kuna)
Directly across the street from the airport is local bus 37 which will take you to Marina Baotić. Ask the bus driver to let you know when you reach the correct stop. Buses arrive every hour and cost approximately €3 (21 Kuna).
Travelling between Split and Dubrovnik
Transfers can be booked between Split and Dubrovnik and to the airports. The journey takes around 4 hrs. The price for a 4 person taxi is around €250.
Directly across the street from the airport is local bus 37 which will take you to Trogir. Ask the bus driver to let you know when you reach the correct stop. Buses arrive every hour and cost approximately €3 (21 Kuna).
There is a daily ferry service between Split and Dubrovnik. The journey takes around 5 hrs with an early morning service from Split to Dubrovnik and the reverse from Dubrovnik in the late afternoon. The cost is around €35 (250 kn).
There is a Currency Exchange Office located directly after the baggage claim where you can withdraw Kuna (HRK). Taxis occasionally accept Euros but buses won’t and in Croatia cash is king and always preferred. Look out for other crews on your flight at this intimate airport.