Researching flights in preparation after your booking your Croatia gulet cruise holiday is one of the main tasks. There are two main airports which serve the coastal cities from where you would most likely embark or disembark in. Depending on where you are flying from or flying back to; you may have to catch a connecting flight in Zagreb. This is similar if you were flying to Turkey – which would be Istanbul or Greece via Athens. Alternatively you could drive from Zagreb to Split or Dubrovnik as well – which will take longer, but you might like to enjoy a bit more of Croatia before you begin your island hopping / coastal vacation in the Adriatic. 🙂
Flying in or out of Split
Split airport is also called Resnik airport. It is an International airport and located about 24 km from Split city, west of Kastela Bay and adjacent to Trogir town. The Split airport is closer to Trogir (6 km) than it is to the city of Split. Most transfers are preferred in Trogir as traffic is not as busy and easy to transfer from transfer vehicle to the boat. There are other ports in the Split region or close to Split that other boats are based and choose to pick up and drop off their guests, such as Sumpetar and the town of Sibenik. Click here to Split airport.
Flying in or out of Dubrovnik
Cilipi airport is Dubrovnik’s Internation airport in Croatia. It is located about 15 km from the Dubrovnik city centre near the town of Cilipi. The ports that you would travel to or leave from are port Slano (aprx. 52 km) or Zaton (aprx. 30 km). There may be other ports and you will be notified closer to the time of your arrival. Click here to Dubrovnik Cilipi airport.
Flying in or out of Zadar
The Zadar International Airport is located in Zemunik Donji, which is about 8 km from the city centre of Zadar. Click here to Zadar airport.
Flying in or out of Zagreb
Zagreb International airport also called Franjo Tuđman Airport, is the largest and busiest international airport in Croatia. Click here to Zagreb airport.