They say travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer. Experiences are priceless, this is your chance to go on a trip of a lifetime!

Even though your holiday at Hard Island will be epic and unforgettable, travelling to Croatia will be an incredible adventure by itself. Get ready for stunning views of exotic nature and subliminal cultural heritage as you travel to your destination. Do not think twice to stop on the way for our delicious authentic food. Read further to learn about all the options for coming to Hard Island and moving around in Croatia.

Travel partners

We have partners in many European countries that organise tours to Hard Island. They are experienced and offer professional travel services.

Whether you're looking for a flight or bus package, to stay with visitors from your country, or simply to book in your native language, they are available for you.

Get in touch with them, they will take care of everything you need for a good price. And keep in mind, the most fun way to travel is in groups!

International • Festicket

The Netherlands • Brabant Expres

The Netherlands •

The Netherlands • EventTravel

Switzerland • Manami Traveling

Germany • HardTours

Poland • Hardtripy

France • Festimove

France • Akkros Voyages
Slovenia • GoNParty

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Getting to Croatia

By airplane

Flying is the most convenient and fastest way to get to Hard Island Croatia. We highly suggest that you fly to any of the following three airports - Zadar (about 1,5 hours away), Split (about 3,5 hours away) and Zagreb (about 5,5 hours away).


By car

The island of Pag is situated north of Zadar Riviera. It is one of the biggest Croatian islands, connected with the mainland by a bridge on its the southern side and the Prizna-Zigljen ferry on the north side. The ferry ride takes only 15 minutes. Check our island map for more info on how to access the island. Mind that the car lights have to be turned on day and night. If you will drive, we can help you with recommendations and instructions - send us your questions via our contact form or facebook message

By train

Connections to Croatia by train are good. You can hop on one of the trains coming from Slovenia, Germany or Austria and arriving to Zagreb. However, travelling by train in the direction of the coast can be time-consuming and limiting. Even though it is affordable, we do not recommend train travelling within Croatia. Find train connections here.


By bus

Inbound bus connections are plentiful and affordable. Daily bus lines from Germany, Italy, Austria and many other European countries can be found with Eurolines, Flixbus and similar operators. Most of them arrive to Zagreb. From there you can use our official transfers or a low-cost ride to Novalja with one of the local bus companies. Find bus connections here.

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Moving around

Our Airport Transfer service

Get to Hard Island with our affordable airport transfers from Zadar, Split and Zagreb. You can choose from shared and private transfers. Shared transfer service is available only on our official check-in (30 June & 1 July 2018) and check-out (6 July & 7 July 2018) dates, while our private transfers are available on more dates. Please click below to find out details and book transfers.

Rent A Car

Whether you arrive arrive to Croatia by airplane, car, train or bus - there are plenty of options for renting a car and enjoying the freedom and flexibility. The prices to rent a car depend mostly on the type of car and the distance, but in general they are the same as everywhere else in Europe. Avantcar is our preffered rent a car service.

Send inquiry to Avantcar

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