Private transfer Split to Zadar

Overview

If you are real lover of Roman and Venetian heritage, you will definitely want to visit both, Split and Zadar. Private transfer from Split to Zadar takes around 2 hours with total 150 kilometre or 90 miles. Depending which route you prefer, either Adriatic route or highway, you will definitely enjoy in nice and comfortable ride. Adriatic route, driving near the coastline offers you few interesting stopovers like Trogir, Sibenik and Primosten. Taking A1 highway would mean that you want to visit National Park Krka or simply pick direct Private transfer Split to Zadar. As we like to offer options, it is your call which route you will choose and which stopovers might interest you. Check our more on Transfers Tours Croatia

Facts about private transfer

Private vehicle

Private English speaking driver/tour guide

All inclusions (fuel, road tolls, parking)

Free wi-fi, bottled water

Facts about journey

Distance: 160 kilometers / 90 miles

Duration: 2h approx. (depends on traffic)

Maximum number of people: 55

Possible vehicles: car, van, mini-bus, bus

Description
Door to door transfer

Meeting your driver at your Hotel or Apartment would mean start of your Private Transfer Split to Zadar. Driver will have all necessary details for your pick up, and phone number in case of any issue. If you will stay in City center of Split, Diocletian Palace, you will have agreed pick up point near fountain on promenade or parking lot – F1 terminal on promenade. Price for Private Transfer Split to Zadar is the same throughout the whole year and varies between 200€ for a private car and 250€ for private van. As already mentioned, you have option to visit some places on your way and choose to have Transfer and Tour.

What is on the way?

If you Travel from Split to Zadar you can visit some interesting sights on the way. Here are some, most interesting ones:

Krka Waterfalls – stunning natural sight, beautiful National Park just 80 kilometers away from Split, basically on the half of the way between Split and Zadar. Enjoy in cascade waterfalls, beautiful wooden walking paths and amazing nature. 

Skradin – beautiful small place, official entrance No. 2 of National Park Krka (by boat). Orthodox and Catholic heritage.

Sibenik – City full of historical landmarks, such as fortresses, old buildings and UNESCO protected Cathedral of St. James. 

Primosten – If you want to visit town which was an Island before, Primosten is right place for you. Enjoy in lunch on waterfront and unique architecture and lifestyle. 

Price

Private Car

1-3 people
250per vehicle

Private Vehicle (Mercedes, VW)

Private English Speaking Driver / Tour Guide

Fuel, road tolls, parking

VAT

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Private Van

4-8 people
300per vehicle

Private Vehicle (Mercedes, Opel)

Private English Speaking Driver / Tour Guide

Fuel, road tolls, parking

VAT

Booking
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How to book?

  1. Send us an inquiry and we will respond you with confirmation and deposit or full payment request.
  2. Payment
  3. After payment we will send you details about vehicle and driver’s contact.
  4. Enjoy in your ride and please rate our service.

How do we pay for the ride?

Option 1 : 20% deposit payment (wire transfer, PayPal, credit card) + rest of payment at the end of transfer (cash)

Option 2 : 100% prepayment (wire transfer, PayPal, credit card)

For option 2 (PayPal and credit card) additional 5% charge is requested.

Travel options

Travel options for Private Transfer Split to Zadar:

Split – Trogir – Primosten – Zadar

Travel time: 3h

Split – Sibenik – Zadar

Travel time: 3h

Split – Krka – Sibenik – Zadar

Travel time: 3h:30minutes

Travel time may vary depending on traffic.

FAQ
  • Can we choose vehicle?

Yes, you  can choose vehicle based on availability on that day. 

  • Can we bring pets with us? 

No, unless you send picture of your pet which has box and agency approves it.

  • Can we pay with cash on the day of transfer?

Yes, but you need to pay 20% reservation fee.

 

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