Transfer from Split airport to Zadar
One way transfer
Need a transport from Split Airport to your favorite destination in Dalmatia? We can help you with that. ConnectoTransfers taxi services will take you from airport Split to any location in Dalmatia region. Feel free to book us as your transport service, and we will get you to Zadar safely and fast. You won’t need to worry about the luggage or arriving late. Taxi service of ConnectoTransfers is your ideal road partner during your vacation in Zadar and the surrounding regions in Dalmatia. If, by any chance you’re visiting one of the islands in Zadar archipelago, we can book your ticket for you and you can start your vacation in Croatia carefree. For a detailed list of Zadar islands and their connection to the mainland visit the following site:
Zadar is situated in the heart of the Adriatic coast; due to the great connectivity between the islands of Zadar archipelago, national parks and the surrounding historical cities, Zadar is the main port and administrative and urban center of North Dalmatia region. Zadar is a city with exceptional history and valuable cultural heritage. With its position at the meeting point of different regions, surrounded by natural beauties and historical towns, it is an easily accessible and attractive tourist destination that can be reached by air, land or sea. Zadar Riviera is full of small coves, islets and islands with beautiful beaches all easily accessible from Zadar port. Come and explore Croatia, drive around Dalmatia and discover the hidden beauties of this region. Visit Zadar: find your way through the maze of narrow streets, take a bus or a boat trip, go on a bike ride, all in all, put together a perfect mixture of transport and tours.
NATIONAL PARK KORNATI
In the central part of the Croatian Adriatic, between Zadar and Šibenik, is a separate and specific group of islands called Kornati. National Park Kornati abounds in unique beauties of both natural and cultural heritage. The Kornati archipelago is the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The best way to reach Kornati is by a boat; there are organized excursions on a daily basis from Zadar port. Visit this unique, beautiful national park of Croatia and explore for yourself what it has to offer.
The ancient town of Nin, situated 14 kilometers northwest of Zadar, is connected to the mainland by two stone bridges. It is over 3000 years old and therefore is one the oldest towns on the Adriatic coast. Nin was the first political, religious and cultural center of medieval Croatia. Driving along the Adriatic coast from Zadar, you will have a splendid view of the Zadar archipelago and reach this significant town in about 25 minutes. You will surely fall in love with the landscape on your way to explore the Zadar region.
BIOGRAD NA MORU
Once the coronation town of Croatian kings, Biograd is now a well-known tourist and nautical center in the middle of the Adriatic coast in Dalmatia. The neighborhood of national parks, mountains, rivers and nature parks give you a wide range of different excursion options either departing from Biograd or from Zadar main port that is only 30 km up north. It has one of the prettiest marinas in Dalmatia, a rich historical and cultural heritage and beautiful picturesque beaches and coves. Drive up to Zadar passing enchanting landscapes and make a few detours on your way, visit gorgeous villages of St. Philip and Jacob, Sukošan and Bibinje.
The island Pag is the fifth largest island on the Adriatic, has a very indented shoreline and numerous sandy and pebble beaches. Pag is connected to the mainland partly by a bridge, and partly by a ferry line Prizna – Žigljen. This is one of the Croatia’s treasures due to the Pag’s trademarks like cheese, wine, divine lace and salt. The center of the island Pag is the town of the same name. Drive from Zadar, whether by bus or by car, through the continental part of the Riviera and by the time you reach the island Pag, you’ll have fallen for the majestic landscape of Zadar archipelago.
NATIONAL PARK PLITVICKA JEZERA
Close to the Zadar region and in the heart of Lika, a jewel and pride of Croatia’s natural beauty, Plitvice Lakes National Park, is situated. The most distinguished and most visited national park has a rich tourist offer just an hour and a half drive away from Zadar. While driving towards the national park, you will pass through Lika’s forests and see the beautiful continental part of Dalmatia and Lika region. Visit Plitvice Lakes and be one of the many tourists that have been enchanted by the divine nature and the wonder that is Plitvice National Park.
NATIONAL PARK PAKLENICA
Paklenica is a Croatian National park that cover the most attractive parts of southern Velebit, as well as its highest peaks, all located in Lika region. The area of National Park Paklenica stretches 20 km along the Adriatic shoreline at the foot of South Velebit and has 79 endemic types of plants. The best way to reach NP Paklenica is by car or by bus, especially from Zadar. It takes about half an hour to get from Zadar to the two canyons of Great and Little Paklenica – the most beautiful part of the Velebit massif, which UNESCO has declared a part of the World Biosphere Reserve). Drive up to the park and explore the wonder of this majestic mix of the Adriatic Sea and the mountains.