BOAT TRANSFERS FROM ZADAR
Welcome to Zadar! This beautiful and sunny town is an excellent place for your vacation. Its ancient streets are perfect for a relaxing walk and some serious exploration, and the restaurants around here offer some spectacularly good food. But the things that really make this city worthy of your time are the coast around it and the islands in front of it. Loads of quaint little towns, beautiful beaches, places to party hard and even an incredible national park are all very close. And the best way to reach them and add something extra to your time here is to book boat transfers from Zadar.
Travel the narrow channels in front of the city with pine forests surrounding you on both sides, seagulls flying over your head and the sun and the sea giving you a sense of what awaits at your destination. Or maybe get your blood pumping with a thrilling ride in a powerful speedboat for an awesome start to your vacation. Either way, you are going to enjoy every single second of the ride, and no matter where you want to go in the Zadar archipelago, we will make it happen!
How fast are boat transfers from Zadar?
Oh, very fast. Much faster than if you take the ferry. For example, a ferry takes more than four hours to reach Silba, a remote but exceptionally beautiful island. A boat transfer, on the other hand, can get you there in about an hour and 30 minutes. Another good example is Olib, for which there are also ferries, but they take about three and a half hours to reach the island. With our boat transfers, you will again be there in less than an hour and a half. Therefore, in most cases, this type of travel will cut down the time needed to get to your destination by about one half or more.
One more thing to consider is that boat transfers from Zadar can take you to places that are not covered by ferries. You have the freedom to choose where you want to go – all you need to do is choose a boat on our website. Contact us and save valuable hours of your vacation!
Boat transfers from Zadar to Ugljan
As already mentioned, Ugljan is the closest island to the city, but it is also a fairly big island, so you will have plenty of places to explore there. The island has something for everyone, but it’s ideal for those who aren’t staying in Zadar for long – you can reach it by boat in about 20 minutes, and we can have your boat ready just 15 minutes after you make the reservation. So, in just over half an hour from reading this text, you could be enjoying Ugljan and exploring its wonderful villages.
Speaking of Ugljan’s villages, Lukoran is a great choice because it is full of secluded beaches and surrounded by a pine forest whose trees come all the way down to the shore. A great place to relax. Poljana is a lovely picturesque village, ideal for a nice walk in the sun, but Kali, Preko and Kukljica are also excellent choices for a visit. Since they are all on the eastern side of the island, you can easily arrange for a boat to take you from one place to another, whenever it suits you. All you have to do is get in touch with us.
Boat transfers from Zadar to Iž
The island of Iž with its two main towns (Veli Iž and Mali Iž) is a perfect place for a peaceful and relaxing vacation. Friendly locals, great food and unspoiled nature guarantee that the stress in you will just melt away. Enjoy the beautiful pebble beaches with crystal-clear sea while crickets sing you their song from nearby trees and a gentle breeze really puts you in that Mediterranean mood. Apart from that, there are a few islets around Iž which can be really fun to explore. Rest and relaxation at their finest. So choose from a variety of different boats we have to offer and get there in less than half an hour, whenever it suits you.
Boat transfers from Zadar to Kornati National Park
We mentioned this national park in the first part of this article, and Kornati is really a sight to behold. This group of 89 islands and islets, with steep cliffs, great snorkeling, and diving spots, are practically uninhabited, although you can go to the place called Vrulje to rent accommodation or grab a bite to eat in a restaurant. But sailing around this magnificent place is the best way to experience pristine nature, and if you are in Zadar you really should come here at least once. Nature simply doesn’t get any better than this.
Boat transfers from Zadar to Novalja
If you’re in Zadar and are aiming to go to Novalja on the island of Pag, a boat is an excellent option. The ride lasts about an hour, so you will get to know the Zadar archipelago quite thoroughly and enjoy its beauty during the whole trip. It is also quite exciting and a perfect start to your trip if you’re heading towards the famous Zrće beach. There’s really no better way to get there in style than with a boat. But Novalja itself is a picturesque little town very much worthy of your attention, especially the fascinating Roman aqueduct from the first century AD and the olive groves you can visit.
Boat transfers from Zadar to Silba
Then there’s Silba, a lush green island we’ve already mentioned, with loads of beautiful gardens the locals are very proud of. Many secluded beaches offer a chance for an incredibly relaxing day full of swimming and sun, especially because cars at not allowed on this island, but there are also some quite exciting and unique opportunities for visitors. The underwater museum is chief among them because if you grab a mask and a snorkel, you can dive a few meters under the surface and take a look at the ancient sarcophagus located there. Apart from that, you can climb the Toreta tower for a fantastic view of the island, or you can enjoy this island’s delicious cuisine. A true slice of heaven, no matter where you’re from.
Make your choice
As you can see, no matter what kind of vacation you’re looking for, the area around Zadar will provide it. No matter if you want to enjoy incredible untouched nature, explore ancient architecture or just party hard, there are plenty of ways to do it. And you can reach all of those places with us – all you have to do is choose your boat and leave the rest to our expertly trained staff.