Pansion Albin

Put Dikla 47, Zadar, 23000, Croatia
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Going from Split to Zadar (Zarton Holiday)

by K-Turist

Hello

We are a family going to Zarton Holiday near Zadar. We will land i Split Airport. Can anyone help us with the easiest (or cheapest/best) way to get from the Airport to Zarton Holiday (or just Zadar in the first place?)

Thanks in advance!

Re: Going from Split to Zadar (Zarton Holiday)

by TheWanderingCamel

The cheapest way to get from Split to Zadar is by bus. You will need to take a bus or a taxi from the airport in to city and catch the bus for Zadar at the long distance bus station near the ferry port. Buses go all through the day - here is the timetable

http://www.ak-split.hr/EN/vozni.red/VozniRedOdlazaka.aspx

The airport bus (run by Croatian Airlines) does not come in to this bus station but to a different place, a 10-15 minute or so walk away. The bus leaves from outside the terminal shortly after flight arrivals, takes about 30-40 minutes and costs 30 kunar pp - children under 6 travel free. If you take a taxi from the airport in to Split, it will cost you 200 kunar (about 30 euro) and take about 30 minutes

Re: Going from Split to Zadar (Zarton Holiday)

by K-Turist

Thank you for a fullfilling answer!

Re: Going from Split to Zadar (Zarton Holiday)

by K_V_B

The Split airport is actaully nearer to Trogir than Split. You could take the bus from the airport to the Trogir bus station, and take a bus to Zadar from there. There are buses about every half hour, and the advantage is that in Trogir all the buses go from the same bus station, which is not the case in Split.

Travel Tips for Zadar

I visited Zadar during the...

by Hakanpalin

I visited Zadar during the war, and just stayed overnight at the house of a family I happened to know some time earlier. My stongest memory are the profiles of burned out houses in the neighbourhood stretching against the darkness of the night. I´d like to come back to see the changes.

Zadarska riva

by croisbeauty

When in the town of Split, ten out of ten people there will tell you, Riva of Split is the most beautiful in whole of the world. Same goes for Zadar too, only they will say it is the most beautiful riva in whole of Adriatic coast.
I know well both of them and to me this one in Zadar is more beautiful. It is much longer, has nice park and more greenery and is more refreshing in the hot summer nights. The constant wind, coming from the sea, make this riva most pleasant pedestrian area one can imagine.

Riva

by Redang

This beautiful promenade was constructed in 1.874 after the city walls were torn down. At the top west end, you'll find one of the most fantastic sunsets you can enjoy apart from other interesting spots such as The Greeting to the Sun and the Sea Organ (see next tips).

When I went to Zadar, August '09, there were hundreds of people strolling, stands with items to sell, food and live music; a great experience.

Sveti Rok

by BruceDunning

The pleasure of driving this 30 miles out of town of Zadar on E65 toward the A1 autostrada is the scenery. The mountains of DAnaric are fantastic and you also go through what may be one of the longest tunnels in Europe, at 3 miles long. Nothing to really see in Sveti Rok, but the views around it are the reason for the 2-3 hour trip. It takes about 1 hour each way, and the autostrada fee is a lousy $3.5 each way to get ripped off for a 10 mile stretch

Island of Murter - The...

by Kamen_mali

Island of Murter - The picturesque island of Murter, with an area of 18 sq. km, has a significant place. It is connected to the land by a 12 meter long bridge near Tisno. This island of fishermen, olive growers and shipbuilders is the largest and most densely populated island in the Sibenik region. The coastal resort of Hramina lies sprawled around the vast and forested bay with its sandy cove of Slanica backed by a pine wood, in which there is a hotel and camping site. Murter is the largest tourist town on the island. It has three other tourist resorts: Betina, Tisno and Jezera. Prvic, close to the Vodice resort, is an oasis of Mediterranean plant and animal life.

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