How to reach island Murter

By car If you are coming from the northern part of Europe, you can choose between a ride on the local road where you will not pay a toll or the highway Zagreb - Split (A1) and exit at exit Pirovac and follow the signs to the town of Murter. If you decide to have local road we definitely recommend you stop in National Park Plitvice Lakes or the house of Nikola Tesla. Driving a local road, on average, takes about 4 hours and 20 minutes, but in the summer months, expect crowds, as well as on the highway where the ride takes about 3 hours, and the toll Zagreb - Pirovac is about 150.00 kuna.

There are gas stations every 40 kilometers on the highway and most of them have ATM or accept Euro payments. If You have smart phone, it would be great to have our Coriatian Auto Club applications as it`s providing detailed information on the road statuse sin different languages. Services is available in English, German, Italian an Croatian.

App overview Everything a driver needs when traveling to Croatia is available right here in this app published by the national automobile club in Croatia - HAK. Croatia Traffic Info provides an overview of the most needed travel information, such as: detailed traffic conditions report (road conditions on high ways, border crossings, ferry terminals) traffic limitations and traffic forecast for tomorrow more than 150 live images from webcams, on most important roads in Croatia current fuel prices a comprehensive POI database (15.000+ POIs) consisting of airports, camping sites, banks, ATMs, hospitals, hotels, post offices, post boxes, kiosks, pharmacies, national parks, nature parks, stores and retail chains, tourist boards, police, wellness, etc. a detailed list of 700 gas stations with current fuel prices and fuel types available for each one a toll calculator for Croatian motorways

By ferry

International ferry lines Zadar – Ancona Split – Ancona The sailing schedule can be found at

By bus The island of Murter is connected with all major European towns via Zagreb, Šibenik, Zadar and Split bus terminals. Information and ticket:

Bus terminal Zagreb phone: +38560313333

By plane From almost all international airports you have scheduled flights to the capital Zagreb, where you can transfer to inland flights. Croatia Airlines and several international airliners (Lufthansa, Swissair, British Airways, Air France) fly to Zagreb daily. During the peak season, the number of flights is increased and a number of charter flights are offered to the most important tourist destinations of the country directly: Pula, Rijeka, Split, Brac and Dubrovnik.

Croatia Airlines has scheduled international flights for: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bruxelles, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Tel Aviv, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Vienna, Zurich and Manchester (during the tourist season).

Nearest airports around the island of Murter are Zadar, Split and Zagreb and at each airport You can rent a car or take a taxi to take you to your destination.

By train

The island Murter is connected with all major European towns via Šibenik train station. The train schedule can be found at Reservations and ticket Railway Station Sibenik Phone: +38522333696