More and more peo­ple are choos­ing to trav­el to Croa­t­ia on hol­i­day and it’s not dif­fi­cult to see why. Almost 2,000 kilo­me­ters of sparkling, sun-drenched Dal­ma­t­ian coast­line await sun wor­ship­pers, with hun­dreds of islands off­shore beg­ging to be explored. As a beach des­ti­na­tion, we think Croa­t­ia has got it all. Since many vis­i­tors are so daz­zled by the per­fect, pine-fringed beach­es, turquoise waters and glo­ri­ous sum­mer cli­mate, they neglect the inland region.

This is a shame, because along with some of Europe’s best, most sophis­ti­cat­ed beach­es, Croa­t­ia has suave cities, incred­i­ble nation­al parks, ancient ruins and untapped ski resorts.

If you’re still not con­vinced that Croa­t­ia is for you then you are one hard sell. Of course, you’ll quick­ly change your mind once you’ve toured the less trav­elled moun­tains of Croatia’s inte­ri­or, with its emer­ald nation­al parks, refresh­ing water­falls, abun­dant vine­yards and tra­di­tion­al vil­lages. And in the cold­er months win­ter sports enthu­si­asts can enjoy qui­et, pow­dery slopes in one of the more unlike­ly ski spots in Europe.

FLYING TO CROATIA   

Each year the num­ber of direct flights to Croa­t­ia has con­stant­ly been increas­ing, with every year set­ting new records in pas­sen­ger num­bers. This increase in air traf­fic means some air­lines have decid­ed to intro­duce new direct con­nec­tions from many Euro­pean des­ti­na­tions.

Lets check out the most con­ve­nient air­ports where you can pick up your Lowrid­ers Mini Camper. Dont for­get that we are quite flex­i­ble when it comes to camper van deliv­ery, and that it can wait for you  even at your doorstep!

SPLIT

boasts a tru­ly envi­able loca­tion: on the gor­geous Dal­ma­t­ian coast, along­side fab­u­lous beach­es and with­in easy reach of the coun­try’s mar­velous islands, such as Hvar, Korču­la or Brač.

It has the busiest air­port dur­ing the sum­mer months. Below are some of the air­lines that run direct flights to this Adri­at­ic dia­mond.

VUELING offers 3 direct connections that run only in the season.

BARCELONASPLIT     7 days a week  from 08.04. until 28.10. 2017

ROME —  SPLIT                 7 days a week,   from 28.03. until 28.10.2017

FLORENCE  — SPLIT         on Sat­ur­days,   from 02.06. until  22.09.2017

EASY JET  has extended flights to Split airport this summer.  See below the route map from Split.

CROATIA AIRLINES is national airline company offering direct flight to Split from following destinations:

AUSTRIA                         Vien­na (VIE)

FRANCE                          Lyon (LYS), Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG)

GERMANY                     Berlin Tegel (TXL), Dus­sel­dorf (DUS), Erfurt (ERF),

                                          Frank­furt (FRA), Munich (MUC)

GREECE                         Athens (ATH)

ITALY                              Paler­mo (PMO), Rome (FCO)

NORWAY                       Harstad (EVE)

SERBIA                          Bel­grade (BEG)

SWEEDEN                    Ore­bro (ORB)

SWITZERLAND           Zurich (ZRH)

UK                                   Lon­don-Gatwick (LGW), Lon­don-Heathrow (LHR)

WIZZAIR offers direct flights from Poland and UK.

There is a direct con­nec­tion between Katow­ice (KTW)  and Split on Wednes­days and Sun­days, and

a non stop flight between War­saw Chopin (WAW) and Spit on Tues­days and Sat­ur­days.

There is also one flight per day, 7 days a week depart­ing from Lon­don Luton (LUT).

GERMANWINGS has great options from many countries. Check the map below.

TRANSAVIA has direct flights form Netherland and France, with prices starting low as 49 E each way.

VOLOTEA is a great option for French residents.

And for those departing from UK, check JET2.

It offers direct flights from Man­ches­ter, Leeds Brad­ford,  East Mid­lands, Glas­gow, New­cas­tle,

Lon­don Stanst­ed, Birm­ing­ham, and Edin­burgh.

There are also oth­er com­pa­nies that offer sea­son­al flights to Split, for more details check Split Air­port web­site.

ZADAR

is locat­ed on a key point of the Croa­t­ian coast. By sea, you can get to beau­ti­ful islands like Kor­nati and Dugi; By land, you are with­in easy reach of fab­u­lous beach­es or the spec­tac­u­lar scenery of Pak­leni­ca Nation­al Park.

Below is the list of arrivals at the air­port, so you can get an idea of air­lines that offer direct flights and their sched­ule.

 

DUBROVNIK

is a per­fect start­ing point for explor­ing Croa­t­ia. And don’t for­get to vis­it Mjet Island, the Elaphi­ti Islands or the famous islands of Hvar and Kor­cu­la.

It is easy to reach  Dubrovnik from 54 cities with non-stop flights.

As you already know, plan­ning in advance has its advan­tages, so try not to wait the last minute and book your tick­et to Croa­t­ia as soon as pos­si­ble!

Lowrid­ers Mini Camper is ready to hit the road!