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How to get to Omisalj

Where are we and how to get here.
Apartments Bozic

Bozic Margareta
Medermuniće 60
51513 Omišalj
island Krk - HR

mob: +385 (0)91 558 8961


How to reach us

The Croatian island of Krk is easily reached by land, air and sea.

Prikaz veće karte



An extensive network of motorways connecting western, northern and northeastern border with the Croatian cities of Zagreb and the Adriatic Sea.

If arriving by car, to enter the country and driving must have a valid driver's license and proper automobile registration and insurance card.

Tolls are charged on all highways, some semi-motorways and some bridges. All information on tolls can be found at: www.hak.hr

According to Croatian drives on the right side.
Required the use of seat belts.
Use of mobile phones while driving.
The maximum permitted amount of alcohol in the blood of a personal vehicle is 0.5‰.
Lights must be on during the day.

Speed ​​limit:

  • populated areas: 50 km / h
  • outside built-up areas: 80 km / h
  • Roads for motor vehicles: 100 km / h
  • motorways and semi-motorways: 130 km / h

Petrol stations are open 7:00 to 20:00 pm. In summer they are mostly open until 22.00 pm. A number of petrol pumps from 0.00 to 24.00 hours. Information on the state highway network and to get them to: www.hac.hr

Technical help and additional information about conditions on Croatian roads than 0-24 hours gives you the Croatian Automobile Club (HAK): tel. (01) 4640 800 and (01) 4554 433 or www.hak.hr


In Croatia, has more than 60 car rental companies including all major European and global car rental operators who have offices in all major Croatian cities.

To rent a car rental in Croatia, a driver must be older than 23 years and have a valid driver's license.

Croatia is connected by regular international bus lines to Slovenia, Austria, France, Italy, Hungary, Germany, Slovakia and other European countries. Very extensive network of domestic routes makes it very easy to reach the Croatian island of Krk and Omisalj, and other tourist destinations.

Information about the bus schedule:

  • switchboard: +385 (0)51 / 660 - 300

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By train

Croatia is connected directly by rail with Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Italy, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia and Montenegro and Switzerland. With other European countries linked indirectly.

All information on train timetables can be found at www.hznet.hr or at the following phone numbers:

  • Domestic service: 060 333 444
  • International travel: +385 (0)1 4573 283


High quality and safe commercial and airports along the Adriatic coast offer a number of European and international airlines and private aircraft.

International airports in Croatia:

Airports are open only during summer season:

  • Brač +385 (0)21 631 370, 648 601;
  • Lošinj +385 (0)51 235 148;

Sports Airports in Croatia are located in Zagreb, Čakovec Slavonski Brod, Rijeka, Vrsar, Mali Losinj, Sinj Otočec Čepin, Ivanic Grad, Koprivnica, Brac, Pula, Varazdin.

Croatia Airlines, the Croatian national airline company, connects Croatia with many European cities. All information on Croatia Airlines flights can be found at www.croatiaairlines.hror by phone +385 (0) 1 4819 633 0800 and the 7777th

With Croatia Airlines air connection with the Croatian and maintain:


Croatia is a maritime country. Its coastal towns are connected by ships and ferries. Even 67 inhabited islands have ferry or boat from the shore. During the summer months, ferry and boat connections are strengthened.

Local ferry lines connect the coast with the islands of Cres, Losinj, Pag, Rab, Ugljan, Pasman, Long Island, Iz, Rava, Olib, Silba, Premuda, Ist, Molat, Brac, Solta, Hvar, Vis, Peljesac, Korcula, Lastovo and Mljet.

All information about domestic and international ferry lines you will receive:




112 - Single European emergency number

112 Centre operates as a single communication center for all types of emergency situations. 112, you can call at any time of day or night, regardless of where you are in Croatia. A phone call is free, and you can make it across all mobile and fixed networks and with all the telephones by simply dialing 112

Call 112 immediately if you need:

  • emergency medical services
  • help firefighters
  • help police
  • help mountain rescue
  • Search and rescue at sea
  • assistance from other emergency services and operational forces of protection and rescue
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