You can see operating bus lines to Makarska and bus timetables on the
Promet Makarska website.
Split Airport is the closest airport to Makarska. For full details on operating flights from Europe to Split below.
From Split Airport, take a bus to downtown
Split Bus Station from here, there are numerous buses per day to Makarska (see the website for timetables) – journey time is about 50 minutes.
We can also arange transportation from Split Airport to Makarska.
(the transportation fee is not included in camp price)
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Getting to Split
Getting to Split couldn’t be easier! The city is fantastically well served by air from the Europe – just take a look at all the airlines operating flights to Split below.
Flights from Europe to Split
N.B. All routes listed below are direct, although most operate only during summer.
Flights from UK to Split
Croatia Airlines from London Heathrow and London Gatwick.
Easyjet from London Gatwick, London Stansted, Bristol, Glasgow
Norwegian from London Gatwick
Monarch from Birmingham
Jet2.com from Manchester and Leeds Bradford.
Flights from Austria to Split
Croatia Airlines from Vienna
Flights from the Czech Republic to Split
Smartwings from Prague and Ostrava
Flights from Denmark to Split
Norwegian from Copenhagen
SAS from Copenhagen
Flights from Estonia to Split
Estonian Air from Tallinn
Flights from Finland to Split
Blue1 from Helsinki
Flights from France to Split
Croatia Airlines from Paris and Lyon
Easyjet from Paris
Flights from Germany to Split
Air Berlin from Nuremberg, Leipzig and Friedrichshafen
Croatia Airlines from Dusseldorf, Frankfurt (year-round), Hamburg and Munich (year-round)
Condor from Frankfurt
Easyjet from Berlin
Germania from Bremen
GermanWings from Berlin, Cologne/Bonn (year-round), Dortmund, Hanover and Stuttgart (year-round) and other cities in Germany/Europe via connecting flights
Intersky from Friedrichshafen
TUIfly flights from Berlin, Cologne/Bonn, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Hannover & Stuttgart
Flights from Italy to Split
Croatia Airlines from Rome (year-round)
Easyjet from Rome and Milan
Volotea from Venice
Flights from the Netherlands to Split
Croatia Airlines from Amsterdam
Easyjet from Amsterdam
Flights from Norway to Split
Norwegian from Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger and Oslo
SAS from Stavanger & Bergen
Flights from Poland to Split
Eurolot from Gdansk and Warsaw
Flights from Russia to Split
S7 Airlines from Moscow
Flights from Serbia to Split
Croatia Airlines from Belgrade
Air Serbia from Belgrade
Flights from Spain
Easyjet from Madrid
Vueling from Barcelona
Flights from Slovakia to Split
Danube Wings from Bratislava
Flights from Slovenia to Split
Adria Airways from Ljubljana
Flights from Sweden to Split
Croatia Airlines from Stockholm
Norwegian from Stockholm
Scandjet from Stockholm, Gothenburg and Ornskoldsvik
Flights from Switzerland to Split
Croatia Airlines from Zurich
Easyjet from Basel and Geneva
Skywork from Bern
Getting to Split by Ferry from Europe
There are year-round ferries from Ancona in Italy, operated by several companies. See our
Travelling from Ancona to Croatia page for more details.
Getting to Split by Bus from Europe
There are regular bus services from, amongst other cities, Munich and Trieste to Split.
See the Split Bus Terminal website for timetable details.
Getting to Split by Train from Europe
It is possible to travel by train to Split from elsewhere in Europe, although the majority of routes involve a change of trains at Zagreb. You are best to check the
Die Bahn website for timetable details.
Getting to Split from elsewhere in Croatia
There are numerous daily flights from Zagreb to Split (flight time 45 minutes) that operate year-round, and tickets aren’t as expensive as you might think
– see the Croatia Airlines website. There are also a few flights a week to Dubrovnik (flying time 35 minutes) and once a week to Osijek (50 minutes).
There are several trains a day from Zagreb
– trains take either 6 hours 15 minutes or 8 hours 10 minutes depending on which train you take. The Die Bahn website is great for train timetables.
There are also many, many buses per day from Zagreb and elsewhere in Croatia to Split. See the
Numerous ferries connect Split with the nearby Adriatic islands (Hvar, Brac, Vis, Korcula and so on) and there is a coastal ferry service in the summer between the city and Rijeka to the north and Dubrovnik to the south (with additional stops on Hvar, Korcula and Mljet)
– all are run by Jadrolinija.