Fly to Hvar

Hvar and its surrounding Paklinski Islands Archipelago lie in the northern part of the Mediterranean basin located just a few hours' flying time from most mainland European cities.


If you travel by plane, the closest local and international airports are Split, Dubrovnik and Brač airport, and then you need to take a local bus, rent a car, taxi, ferry, motorboat or hydroplane to Hvar.


The closest city to Hvar island with an international airport is Split. The national airline, Croatia Airlines, operates flights to Split from all the major airports in Europe: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dubrovnik, Düsseldorf, Edinburg, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, London, Munich, Osijek, Paris, Podgorica, Pristina, Pula, Rim, Sarajevo, Skopje, Vienna, Zagreb and Zurich.

During high season, other legacy airlines and various low-cost carriers also operate direct flights regularly to Split from a number of European cities: Barcelona, Berlin-Schonefeld, Cologne-Bonn, Dortmund, Dresden, Dublin, Edinburgh, Hamburg, London-Stansted, Leipzig, Lisbon, Marseille, Munich, Nice, Prague, Stuttgart, Zurich, Zweibrücken.


Dubrovnik international airport is located 20 kilometers south of Dubrovnik city center and is almost the southernmost point of Croatia. Numerous airlines operate out of this airport, including some that offer cheap flights to Dubrovnik. The national airline, Croatia Airlines, operates flights to Dubrovnik from the major airports in Europe: Rome-Fiumicino, Zagreb, Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin-Tegel, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Nice, Split, Osijek, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion, Venice-Marco Polo, Vienna, Zürich.

During high season, other legacy airlines and various low-cost carriers also operate direct flights regularly to Split from a number of European cities: Amsterdam, Berlin-Schönefeld, Edinburgh, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Lyon, Milan-Malpensa, Paris-Orly, Rome-Fiumicino, Belfast-International, East Midlands, Leeds/Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Barcelona, Bergen, Copenhagen, Helsinki, London-Gatwick, Madrid, Oslo-Gardermoen, Sandefjord, Stavanger, Stockholm-Arlanda, Trondheim.


Brač airport also called Bol airport is situated on the Croatian island of Brač close to Hvar. This airport is used for commercial passenger flights, mainly charter traffic from Europe during the summer season.

The national airline, Croatia Airlines, operates flights to Brač only from Zagreb and Graz. During high season, other legacy airlines also operate direct flights to Brač from a number of European cities: Graz, Innsbruck, Vienna, Düsseldorf, Leipzig/Halle, Linz, Malmö.


As of November 13, 2015, European Coastal Airlines hydroplanes connect the Italian airport of Ancona (Falconara) to Split  (Resnik) and Rijeka airport. The total flight duration is of just 59 minutes and includes one stop in Rijeka. The seaplane services operated by the German carrier stand as a practical and convenient alternative to long trips by ferry and bus and represent the first international route operated by the company after the success achieved connecting the Croatian islands. The flights from Ancona are departing four times a week (weather permitting), on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. For all additional information on prices, schedules and reservations simply connect to the company's website at the link




Plane to Ferry

The Split ferry terminal is reachable from Split Airport by bus, taxi or arranged transfer. If you wish to enjoy hassle free the fresh sea breeze and the various shades of the magnificent blue Adriatic Sea while sliding through the calm waves, choose to pre-book your Sunčani Hvar transfer with our attentive staff which will take you to and from both ferry terminals and handle your luggage.

Plane to Motorboat

From the moment you board the Motorboat at the Port of Divulje (a 600 meters straight path walkway from Split airport) you do not need to worry further. You will be escorted almost at the doors of your hotel since all of the hotels in Hvar are located marina front.  For an even more relaxed experience of reaching Hvar, pre-book your Sunčani Hvar motorboat transfer in which a van transfer from Split Airport to Divulje is included.  


For all means of transportation, you will firstly need to reach Dubrovnik city. From Dubrovnik city you can reach the city of Hvar directly by Kapetan Luka ferry (seasonal) or motorboat ( or you can choose to travel by car all the way up to Drvenik  or Split and take the correspective ferries to Sucuraj (Drvenik) and Stari Grad (Split) or catamaran to Hvar (Split).


Public transportation from Brač Airport to Bol is not organised however a taxi service is available during airport opening hours. From Bol the only options to reach Hvar are by ferry to Jelsa or motorboat directly to your Hvar city hotel. (


The easiest way to get to your hotel!

Airplane, taxi, ferry, hydroplane... the journey to Hvar sometimes is not the simplest or the most relaxing!

Want your journey to Hvar to be a stress-free one? Book a transfer!

The standard transfer to Hvar includes shuttle from Split airport to the port of Split and then from Hvar port directly to your hotel. 
While the VIP transfer to Hvar includes a private shuttle from Split airport to a private boat which heads to Hvar and transfer from Hvar’s docking station to your hotel. If you are travelling in a group, a VIP transfer may well be the most economic option too: the individual cost of standard transfer by taxi, boat and ferry tickets can easily exceed that of a private transfer!

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