Routes to the Croatian destinations

Route 1 - Direction Istria

Umag, Novigrad, Porec, Rovinj, Pula, Peroj, Fazana, Valbandon, Pjescana Uvala, Pomer, Banjole, Premantura, Medulin, Liznjan, Rabac, Cres, Mali Losinj

Munich - Salzburg (Border Austria) - Tauernautobahn - Villach - Arnoldstein (Border Italia) - Tarvisio - Udine - Palmanova - Triest (in Triest follow the signs Slovenia and Capodistria) - Skofije (Border Slowenia) - Koper.

Follow the signs from Koper to Portoroz and Umag and pass the border Secovlje/Plovanija to Croatia.

Novigrad, Porec, Rovinj, Pula und Umgebung
In Kopar follow the signs to Pula/Pola and cross the border Dragonja/Kastel to Croatia. Alternatively, you can reach these places also over Umag.

Rabac, Cres, Mali Losinj
After entering Slovenia follow the signs to Ljubljana/Rijeka, and then Rijeka. Pass the border Socerga/Pozane to Croatia, then direction Buzet to the Ucka tunnel. Just before the tunnel, turn right towards Brestova. Cres and Mali Losinj you reach by ferry from Brestova to Porozina (Island Cres). Rabac is accessible from Labin.

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Route 2 - Direction Kvarner Bay


Opatija, Dramalj, Crikvenica, Selce, die Inseln Krk, Cres, Losinj, Rab und Pag
First you drive the ROUTE 1 till Triest. After leaving the highway in Trieste, follow the signs to Rijeka, pass the border Pese/Kozina to Slovenia and pass the next border Pasjak to Croatia.

is signposted now. For all other locations take the coastal road 8/E65 direction Split.

Island Krk, Cres, Losinj
The Island Krk is reachable by the bridge in Kraljevica; Cres and Losinj by ferry from Valbiska.

Island Rab
To the island of Rab runs the ferry from Jablanac.

Island Pag
To the island of Pag runs the ferry from Prizna.

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Route 3 - Direction Dalmatia - Gerneral Informations


If you go on to Dalmatia, you can avoid the curvaceous part of the coastal road between Karlobag and Stari-Paklenica, by taking the ferry in Prizna to the island of Pag. About mostly well-maintained roads and the bridge at the southern end of the island of Pag you reach Zadar.

The highway A1 Zagreb - Dubrovnik is open till Sestanovac. All cuts are made. The journey from Zagreb to Split is therefore between 3 and 4 hours. Take the numerous exits to reach your destination.

For costs and payment possibilities please visit the offical website of the Croatian Automobile Club HAK - this page can be switched into English.


No More Deadlocks in Tunnels Mala Kapela and Sveti Rok


All visitors travelling along the motorway A1 need no longer fear deadlocks at the tunnels of Mala Kapela and Sveti Rok. At the beginning of April, a new lane was opened for traffic in each of these two longest Croatian tunnels, enabling two-lane traffic in both directions and greatly contributing to a better traffic flow.
The existing lanes have been temporarily closed so they can be adapted for one-way traffic and the ventilation system can be brought up to date. Two-lane traffic in both directions will be set up by the time the season begins.
After the adaptation, the speed limit will be 100 kilometres per hour (now it is 80 km/h). Both tunnels at the Sveti Rok tunnel are connected by four safety passages for cars and 15 safety passages for pedestrians. The Mala Kapela tunnel will feature six car passages and 14 pedestrian ones.

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