Every journey to Obonjan begins with an adventure. Set sail past medieval fortresses and deserted islets, to this secluded hideaway. An island escape surrounded by crystal blue waters and filled with new experiences to discover. Centrally located by the city of Šibenik along the Croatian coast, regular boat transfers will have you with us in no time from many easy access major airports and destinations such as Split and Zadar.
Obonjan will open for summer 2017 from Friday 23rd June – Sunday 3rd September. Please note it will not possible to visit before this time. Below are some examples of how to access Obonjan during open season.
There are multiple direct boat services to Obonjan each day, setting off from the harbour in Šibenik – just look for the Obonjan flag by the bus station.
Additionally there are regular ferry services from Šibenik which stop by the island as well as private taxi boats.
There are multiple daily flights from all major European airports to Split Airport with additional flights to Zadar throughout the week from many other European locations. Further afield, Zagreb, Rijeka and Dubrovnik airports are all approximately 3hours 30min by road to Šibenik, Mostar airport in neighbouring Bosnia & Herzegovina is 2hours 30min by road.
From Šibenik you can catch the ferry or a private boat to the island.
Trains run from Split and northern Croatia into Šibenik railway station with international connections available. Travelling by train can be a fantastic and adventurous of making your way to Obonjan – you can read a great example of how to do so in our Journal, with links to help your journey from destinations across Europe, HERE
There are buses running from across Croatia into Šibenik bus terminal.
Journey times approximately 1 hour 30 minutes from Split and Zadar and 5 hours from Zagreb. Croatia has a very good bus network with buses available from Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Zagreb to Šibenik.
The nearby port of Šibenik is located just off one of the main motorways in Croatia (E65). It is the coastal link between Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar and links directly to Zagreb and the north of Croatia – please note that this route incurs toll charges.
If you are driving by car, we hope you’ll consider sharing your journey with others to reduce your carbon footprint.