How to come?
Split Airport is very well connected to almost all European countries, especially during the summer months, either directly or via Zagreb. Split Airport is 25 km away from the town’s port. To get to Split’s ferry port, you can take the bus which leaves after the arrival of each plane, get a taxi or rent a car, all on which is available at the airport. Further info available at: www.split-airport.hr
If you wish to continue their journey directly to Solta and want to avoid traffic jams in Split, you can use the services of taxi boat transportation. More information: www.dalmatia-express.com (taxi boat services are available from 0 to 24 hours).
BOAT – coastal and international lines
A coastal line (Jadrolinija) connects Split to Rijeka, and an international line (SEM-MARINA, Jadrolinija, SNAV), connects it to Ancona, Italy. Berth for coastal and international lines is only a few minutes away on foot from car- ferries and catamaran for Šolta. Further info and schedule available at: www.jadrolinija.hr
If you are arriving by car, you need to get on Jadrolinija’s car- ferry line to Rogač, Šolta’s main port. The journey is 1 hour long and the ticket is around 4 Euros per passenger. The ticket for a car is around 20 Euros, and is around 10 Euros for a motorcycle. Further info regarding schedule available at:
Nečujam is 11 km away from Rogač, which is a pleasant 15 minute drive through nature.
You can get tickets for Jadrolinija’s car- ferries in one of their branches. The easiest to find is Jadrolinija’s main building, right next to the berth. It is good to know that in high season, Jadrolinija will send out ferries as many times as needed during the day, regardless of the official schedule.
There is a daily catamaran line from Split to Rogač, and, on Fridays and Sundays, another one to Stomorska. The journey is 30 min long, and the ticket is around 2,50 Euros per passenger. The tickets can be purchased in “LNP”’s kiosk, by the berth.
Split’s main bus station (Autobusni kolodvor Split) is located adjacent to Split’s main ferry port. Split is excellently connected to the majority of Croatia’s major cities and to major cities abroad. All of the cities in Croatia are connected to Split with several daily bus lines.
Split’s main rail road station is in the ferry port, and the main rail road line is Zagreb – Split. Further into available at: www.hznet.hr
Driving around Croatia has become a more comfortable and less time consuming experience since the construction of our modern highway system. Due to the geographic characteristics of the terrain, the highway system is made up of multiple tunnels, viaducts and bridges, all of them contributing to a more enjoyable driving experience. To make this experience also a safe one, Croatia has secured the most up-to-date system of traffic monitoring.
Zagreb -> Split
Split is connected to Zagreb by a modern highway, the use of which is charged. The distance is around 380 km, and the exit point off the highway is town Dugopolje near Split, from where you will continue on the freeway to Split via Solin.
If you choose to use state road D1, the direction you will take is Zagreb – Karlovac – Plitvice – Knin – Sinj – Split. Toll is not charged, apart from the section of the highway Zagreb – Karlovac.
Rijeka -> Split
You can reach us from Rijeka by firstly taking the road Rijeka – Zagreb, and then, on the Bosiljevo 1 exit take the Zagreb – Split highway.
You can also reach Split from Rijeka by taking the freeway, direction Rijeka – Senj – Zadar – Šibenik – Split. From Šibenik to Split we recommend you take the route via Boraja. This road is free of toll.
The ferry port of Split is easy to locate. When you arrive in Split (regardless which direction from) you will pass the free way and arrive at a roundabout. Follow the signs that lead you to “SPLIT CENTAR“, or “SPLIT LUKA“.