DUBROVNIK AIRPORT is only 17 km away.
Dubrovnik airport is connected with more than 50 destinations with direct flights.
Distance: 600 km including 489 km on motorways
Time: 07h08 including 04h40 on motorways
The fastest and easiest way to get to Dubrovnik is by Zagreb-Vrgorac highway, otherwise known as E-65 on international road maps and as A-1 inside Croatia. Exit from highway – Karamatici (toll 222,00 kn – app 30,00 eur). After exit drive direction Dubrovnik (Ploče). There is a border pass on the way thorugh Bosnia and Herzegovina (please check documents neded). After border contiunue to follow Dubrovnik signs. After arriving to Dubrovnik follow Ćilipi / Mlini signs.
From Ljubljana just follow the highway E-70 to Zagreb, then take the A-1 to Dubrovnik.
Take the E-70 motorway to Trieste and look for the signs that point to Fiume and route number E-61 (local route 7), which crosses Slovenia and enters Croatia at Pasjak. Then, take route E-61, which will take you towards Rijeka. When possible, get on E-65 (local route 6) to Bosiljevo, where you'll see signs for the A-1, which you follow right in to Vrgorac than Dubrovnik.
For further informations please visit Croatian Motorways web site www.hac.hr
Split is the largest and most important passenger port on the Adriatic coast. Maritime and ferry lines connect it with Bari, Pescara, Ancona as well as with Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Sibenik, Zadar and Rijeka. From ferry port you can reach hotel by bus or taxi. Bus line number 60 departs from Sukoisanskab.b. (600-800m distance from ferry port) and it costs arr 2,5 eur. Taxi costs arr 25 eur, and journey time is approximately 15 minutes.