How to get to and from the Zadar-Zemunik Airport

The Zadar-Zemunik Airport is located about 12 km from the center of Zadar and about 10 km from the main bus station in Zadar.

Private or joint transfer

If your destination is Zadar, then pre-booked transportation is the simplest solution. To destinations such as Novalja, Tisna, Biograd na moru, and Pakoštana, private transfer can be arranged with vehicles for 1-3 persons or vehicles up to 8 people. The price per kilometer for a pre-booked transfer is about 1.2 to 1.5 Euros per kilometer.

Car rental

In Zadar-Zemunik Airport, you may rent a car from local as well as international rental companies. Options for renting a car from Zadar-Zemunik Airport can be found here.

Zadar-Zemunik Airport Bus

The airport bus stops in front of the international terminal. The bus trip to the center of Zadar takes about 20 minutes. The bus stops at the main bus station and then continues to the city center. If you are traveling to the airport from Zadar, you can get on the bus from old town and 5 minutes later from the main bus station. You can find a timetable in both directions here.

The one-way ticket with the airport bus is 25 kuna, which can be purchased on the bus. From the main bus station in Zadar, you can connect to all major cities in Croatia using long-haul buses.


Taxi is also not a bad option to transfer from the airport. The cost of transport to the center is about 20 euros. If you have already booked accommodation in city areas such as Borik or Diklo, you can save time by taking a taxi from the airport instead of first traveling to the main bus station and then taking the local bus.

Once you reach Zadar

Within Zadar, you can take the public bus to easily get around the city. Here is a complete guide to Liburnija, Zadar’s public bus system.

Traveling beyond Zadar? Check out our other airport transfer guides:

Please note: All information provided by Expat in Croatia is only for the purposes of guidance. It does not constitute legal advice in any form. For legal advice, you must consult with a licensed Croatian lawyer. We can recommend one if you contact us.

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