Apartmani G

TOMICA STINE 3, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Forum Posts

Ferry from Brac to Hvar??

by venteca

Hi there. Me and my wife will be on a trip to croatia next September. We will visit Split, Dubrovnik and we will stay also in Brac island for 3 nights. We were thinking to spend a day in Hvar if possible.. Is there a ferry from Brac to Hvar? If so, how long does it take to get there?

2 - does anyone knows what is the cheapest way to rent a car in Splitdowntown? Is it cheaper to rent it locally "in loco", or rent it before going trough the internet? Eatherway, what is the cheapest place?

Thank you very much for your help!
Pedro (from Lisbon)

Re: Ferry from Brac to Hvar??

by Solitum

Check www.jadrolinija.hr for ferry information.

In september you should be able to get good deal on car, locally as well as on the Internet, so i would recommend locally, then you can rent in the morning on the days where you actually need it.

Re: Ferry from Brac to Hvar??

by CyberCroat

Timetables:
Bol (Brac) to Jelsa (Hvar)
http://www.jadrolinija.hr/pdfs/9603.08.en.pdf

Milna (Brac) to Hvar (Hvar)
http://www.jadrolinija.hr/pdfs/9603A.08.en.pdf

These are passenger catamarans, no cars (as far as I know)

Re: Ferry from Brac to Hvar??

by alan1972

Brac is a fairly large island so the best way to Hvar will depend on where exactly you are staying. From Bol there are excursion boats running daytrips to Hvar town, this may turn out to have a better schedule than a regular ferry. You'll see them advertised when you're there.

Travel Tips for Split

Tourist Office

by yumyum

As we had some difficulties to find the restaurants recommended to us, not having their correct addresses we went to the tourist office where friendly staff marked the spots on our map for us.
There is an official tourist office right by the Peristyle. A commercial tourist agency is located on the Riva.

Split beaches and Nightlife

by William1982

Away from the centre you will find Split beaches. The beaches have bars/ cafes for refreshments in case you get a little hot. There is also a strip of bars not from the East beach (Bacvice), which forms the main part of the nightlife.

All the crap you'll ever need

by biggeorge about Outdoor Market

There's a market down the east side of the old city walls that will satisfy your desire for tourist crap. The latest humourous mobile phone covers and the cheapest sun glasses vie with the mighty Hadjuk Split beach towel for your attention. It's gotta be the beach towel , Hadjuk's reputation for hooligans means no-ones gonna kick sand in your face ( unless they're the bad blue boys of Dinamo Zagreb ).
However if your not going to buy one it's a really bad idea to point out how rubbish it is.

Ferry

by antistar

One option of travelling to and from Dubrovnik is by the twice weekly Jadrolinija ferry which stops in Split before carrying on to Rijeka. The cost is about the same as the bus, but it does take 8 hours. But then you get to sail along the Dalmation coast putting it at beautiful island towns like Korcula.

Jadrolinija also runs some local boats, to places like Trogir. There's also a few international ferries to Italy, going to Pescara and Ancona.

To get to the port, head away from Marjan hill and follow the sea shore around past the bus and train station.

Decent CAfe/BAr

by BruceDunning about CAfe BAr Decent

Mostly a drinking place, but even those sluggers need some appetizers Shrimp and plate of nuts were on the fare. Best part is pivo./beer was $2.50 and glass of wine $4. The best part is seeing the locals wind up for the night.They liked our style and got free drinks a lot, but did not have many

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