How to reach Šolta?

You can reach Šolta from the Split ferry port by ferry or catamaran.


If you arrive to Split by car, you will have to take a ferry to Rogač, the main island port. It takes one hour to get to the island. You can buy ferry tickets at one of Jadrolinija'sticket offices in the ferry port. For ferry timetables and online ticket purchase visit:

Split and Rogač are connected by catamaran on a daily basis. It takes 30 minutes to get to the island. For timetable and online ticket purchase visit:

In Rogač, two buses will wait for the passengers to take them either to the eastern (Stomorska) or the western part of the island (Maslinica). For more information visit:

You can get to Split by car, bus, train or plane.


With the newly-built motorway system, reaching destinations within Croatia is now much faster and more convenient. Due to various geographical barriers, it comprises a large number of structures such as tunnels, viaducts and bridges make your journey more interesting, while the motorway monitoring system makes travelling much safer. It is a toll road system. Alternatively, you can reach Split by D1 state road (from Zagreb) or D8 state road (from Rijeka).


In the summer months, the Split Airport is very well connected with most European countries, either directly or via Zagreb. The distance between the city's ferry port and airport is 25 kilometres. You can take a bus or a taxi to get there. If you wish to avoid seasonal traffic congestions and get to Šolta straight from the airport, you can use a taxi boat service. For more information visit:

The Split Bus Terminal is located across the road from the main port. Frequent regular services connect Split with all major cities and townsin Croatia, and abroad. For more information visit:


The railway station is located at the ferry port. The main route is ZAGREB-SPLIT. For more information on train timetables visit: