The town of Nin is located in the middle of a sandy lagoon, 14 kilometers north of the regional centre, with excellent connections to Zadar making it easily accessible by car, bus, plane, train or boat.
Arrival by car
The excellent motorway infrastructure enables direct connection with all the bigger cities in Croatia, and via Zagreb, Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik with all European cities. A journey to Nin from western European countries mainly includes travelling on motorways which makes it easier to reach the destination quickly and safely. The following links will make it easier to make a travel plan:
Arrival by bus
Because of the proximity of the regional centre of Zadar which is connected with all bigger Western European towns (Ljubljana, Trieste, Vienna, Zurich, Munich, Rotterdam etc.) and excellent inter-city connection all bus lines will be suitable for visitors travelling to Nin. Nin is very well connected with Zadar and the bus service runs every hour. Reservations and information about tickets can be obtained at:
Arrival by plane
Should the visitor decide on a quicker and more comfortable way of travel, they can land at Zadar's airport in Zemunik, a small but modern airport which is connected with other Croatian cities and a large number of European airports, especially during the summer season. Visitors coming from more distant places which are not directly connected with Zadar airport, should travel via Zagreb airport which is part of the international air-traffic network, and thus linked with all European and world airports. Low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Germanwings, Inter-Sky, and Axis Airways enable favourable travel. From the airport, the visitor can travel to Nin by taxi or via Zadar by bus. The following are useful links:
Most private accommodation owners are usually happy to organise the transfer from the airport to Nin, on request.
Arrival by train
The railway connects Zadar via Knin and Zagreb to almost all European destinations. This way of travelling takes longer, but at the same time it offers an unforgetable experience and the enjoyment of scenery and natural beauties. The train station in Zadar is located next to the bus station making it easier to continue the journey to Nin by bus or taxi. Here are some links to find more information:
Arrival by boat
The quay and the port are in Zadar. The port of Zadar is connected to larger towns along the Adriatic coast by ships, hydrofoils, catamarans and ferry boats. The inter-city ferry boat connections are the following: Zadar-Rijeka, Zadar-Dubrovnik and the international ferry boat line is Zadar-Ancona. After disembarking in Zadar, local bus, car or taxi will take the visitor to the old royal Croatian town of Nin. To find out more use these links:
Whatever means of travel a visitor may choose to come to Nin, the European Destination of Excellence (EDEN), natural beauty and diverse landscape of Croatia, will leave you breathless!