Regardless of which type of transportation you choose, undoubtedly you will experience a crystalline Adriatic Sea journey to Hvar island.
GETTING TO HVAR BY CAR
If you are travelling to Hvar by car, depending on your starting point, you will need to go through Zagreb or Rijeka to reach Split with main Croatian highway A1.
✓ From Split you take the ferry: Split - Stari Grad(2 hours).
Travelling Hint: Departure port is Split and port of arrival is Stari Grad (Hvar), which is 20 min away by car from the city of Hvar. Without reservations, passengers with a car are recommended to arrive at the ferry port at least 1 and a half to 2 hours before departure in high season. If you would like to reserve your tickets in advance, you may do so via the official Jadrolinija Mobile App: “mJadrolinija” (please note, once you reserve your tickets you must arrive at the ferry port 1 hour before departure). Car petrol stations in Hvar are available in Jelsa and Hvar town, and are open throughout the day during summer season.
GETTING TO HVAR BY PLAIN
The closest international airports are the ones in Split and Dubrovnik.
Split Airport is situated 30 km from the Split ferry dock. You can choose a private and safe transfer to the door of your hotel in order to avoid larger crowds. You can contact us: email@example.com so we can recommend the most suitable transfer. You may also choose from a variety of luxury yachts and speedboats that we have on offer 24/7.
Otherwise, there are public/airport buses that take you to the Split ferry port. There are taxis also available.
Take the direct catamaran line Dubrovnik-Hvar (tickets can be booked here: Jadrolinija or Krilo). Or you can contact us to organize a private transfer directly to your hotel: firstname.lastname@example.org