Travelling to Croatia

All of our marinas in Croatia are close to Split Airport (SPU), which is well connected to many European airports. Read on for some tips on getting to Croatia, and to your marina.

 

Getting to Croatia

Flights

Split Airport (SPU) is the closest airport to all of our marinas. We recommend using a search engine to find the best flights:

 

Visas

We recommend using VisaHQ to find out if you require any visas to enter the country - www.visahq.co.uk

 

Getting to your marina

 

Split airport to Kastela Marina

Taxi

There are multiple ways of reaching Kastela Marina. Taxi drivers line up outside and it may make the most sense for a larger group of people. Cost is approximately €20-€30 (150 Kuna).

Bus

Directly across the street from the airport is local bus 37 which will take you to the entrance of Kastela Marina. Ask the bus driver to let you know when you reach the correct stop. Buses arrive every 20-30 minutes and cost approximately 12 Kuna.

 

Split airport to ACI Split Marina

Taxi

From Split airport the trip will cost around €40-€50 (300 Kuna) – this is the fastest method of travel and will bring you directly to the marina.

Bus

Croatian Airlines offers a bus/van from Split Airport to the Riva in Split city center. From there you will need to take a short cab ride or water taxi to the marina. Make sure to specify ACI Split Marina as there are a few marinas nearby. The Croatian Airlines van costs €5 (35 Kuna).

 

Split airport to Marina Baotić (also known as Seget marina)

Taxi

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. Cost is approximately €50 (350 Kuna).

Bus

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).

 

Split airport to ACI Trogir Marina

Taxi

There are multiple ways of reaching ACI Trogir Marina. Taxi drivers line up outside and it may make the most sense for a larger group of people. Cost is approximately €50 (350 Kuna).

Bus

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).

 

Split airport to Marina Zaton

Taxi

The quickest way to the marina, which will cost around €70 (530 Kuna).

Bus

Local bus 37 can be picked up directly outside the airport gates and taken to Trogir. Change here for a bus to Sibenik and then take a taxi or water taxi to Marina Zaton.

 

Useful tips

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. A Yacht Week representative will be at the airport in case you have any questions. Look out for other crews on your flight at this intimate airport.