Arrival by car
Here you can find a detailed
illustrated description of the travel route from Slovenia.
We recommend the route Passau (Germany) - Graz (Austria) - highway from Zagreb - Split (you will have to pay highway tolls for this route).
An cost-free alternative, at least within Croatia, is the old road across the country: Passau (Germany) - Graz (Austria) - Zagreb - Karlovac - Gracac - Knin - Sinj - Split.
Up to Zagreb there are well-constructed highways where toll is charged for some sections of the route.
From Zagreb onwards a new toll-based highway has been built - without any traffic jams it will take you about 3.5 to 4 hours from Zagreb to Split.
The old road along the coast has a charming landscape but the streets are very curvy and make for slow travel.
On this route you will see the bright blue sea, but for passengers afraid of heights, the often poorly secured curves will not be pleasant.
If you would like to take a break from the long journey, we recommend staying at the Hotel Gollner
in Lebring-Sankt Margarethen, Austria.
On the route from Graz to Slovenia you will find it approx. 10 minutes before the Slovenian border.
Clean, comfortable rooms, breakfast starting from 6 am in the morning, delicious food, very friendly staff.
For more information or reservations please visit the website: www.hotel-gollner.at
Arrival by plane
Many international airlines offer flights to Split. From there you can take an airport bus or taxi to the Split/Trogir harbour, which takes about 50 minutes.
Car ferry to Supetar/Brač
No matter if by car or by plane, your next means of transportation is the car ferry which will take you to the island capital Supetar within about an hour.
The island of Brač also has its own airport which is approached by small planes. Several German airports, amongst others Augsburg and Nuremberg, offer direct flights.
You can rent a car in Supetar; mopeds, quads and bikes are also available.