Zadar is the second largest city in Dalmatia
and the capital of North Dalmatia, during the last decade the city has developed in to a top holiday destination along the Adriatic coast.
Travelling by bus from Split to Zadar:
Split and Zadar are very well connected with buses, some travel along the Croatian highway
, other along the old coastal road, travel time vary from 2.5 to 4 hours, the fastest buses are those travelling on the highway.
The distance between Split to Zadar, following the highway, is 155 km
, the coastal road, which passes by Vodice, Sibenik, Primosten, Trogir has a travelling distances of about 170 km. (See map Below
A list of bus connections between Split and Zadar
you can see her, be aware that some buses are seasonal, so please select the exact date of your travel.
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Map travel route Split (HR) to Zadar (HR)
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Travel tips Split - Zadar:
The bus tour following the coastal road is be far the most beautiful, so is you are not in a hurry, we recommend you to pick a bus following this route, make sure to get a seat at the left side of the bus, so you can enjoy the view.
If you are 3 persons or more, I might be more economical to rent a car in split and return it in Zadar,
here you can find offers for car rental in Split
. As alternative to a rented car, there is option to book a private transfer (with driver) from Split or Split airport to Zadar, prices and more information you can find here
. If you are travelling from the Airport in Split , you can find the prices and more information for a transfer here.
If you should have any questions about travelling by bus from Split to Zadar
, you can contact us via the contact form on getbybus.com.
Other means of Transportation:
The same two routes which apply for the buses, naturally also apply if you plan to travel by car between the cities, the travelling time on the highway is around two hours, and about half an hour longer following the coastal road, if you like to take picturesque photos you should for sure pick the coastal road.
There is train connection via Knin, time wise bus is much faster option.
There is no direct ferry or catamaran connection.
Although both cities have an airport, there are, due to the short distance, no direct flights, so if you insist on flying you will have to fly via Zagreb.
Arrival in Zadar:
The Zadar bus station
is only about 1.5 km from the old town, if you are going to other parts of town like borik our diklo you have frequent city buses – schedule for city buses you can find here