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Standard

Standard

1 - 3 Passengers
  • Door to door service
  • Name sign
  • No charge for flight delay
€219
(Price per vehicle)
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Luxury class

Luxury class

1 - 3 Passengers
  • Door to door service
  • Name sign
  • No charge for flight delay
€254
(Price per vehicle)
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Minibus

Minibus

4 - 8 Passengers
  • Door to door service
  • Name sign
  • No charge for flight delay
€254
(Price per vehicle)
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People Carrier

People Carrier

9 - 15 Passengers
  • Door to door service
  • Name sign
  • No charge for flight delay
€542
(Price per vehicle)
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Split airport to Marina Šimuni

From Split airport to ACI Marina Šimuni there is a travel distance of approximately 173 km if you take the highway, which can take about 2 hours estimated travel time, depending of the road traffic. Alternative route, the one where you don't have to pay the toll is the coastal road which has more kilometers, and longer travel time (approximately 204 km, one hour and 3 hours and 15 minutes minutes travel time). The coastal road has an advantage of passing by the picturesque scenery of some beautiful coastal towns of middle Dalmatia. Above you can find the list of all the types of vehicles we have available from Split airport, to book a transfer from Airport Split to Marina Šimuni select vehicle type and enter date of travel, press search and then fill out the booking form. 

Tip: If you need to return to Split airport after a week sailing, you might as well book a return transfer and agree the pickup point with the driver on the outbound trip. If you have spare time on the return date, you could consider visiting surrounding tourist sites; Trogir for example, or you can choose to stay in Split, and enjoy in one of the most famous tourist destinations in Croatia, and explore Diocletian's Palace; an ancient palace constructed by the Roman emperor Diocletian at the end of 4th century, which today forms approximately half the old city center. Note: both Trogir and Split are one of Croatia's 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.