Share The Sail – Croatia 2022


    05/14/2022 to 05/21/2022

    Lats & Atts Share The Sail – TROGIR, Croatia 

    Covid Update/Message January 2022

    • As the world is still dealing with Covid and all its variants, we thought we should touch base.
    • STS is still on and we are being positive.  Here are a few things to think about and beware of.
    • It will be EASIEST for people to plan to travel in and out of Croatia directly, and avoid country to country flights.  Only flight I can find at this time is New York- Newark, to Dubrovnick, Croatia.
    • We know at this point that vaccination IS REQUIRED.
    • Some EU countries are requiring booster shots also, so we can assume Croatia will follow suit. 
    • Everyone needs a negative PCR test regardless of vax
    • Everyone needs to book flexible and cancelable travel plans
    • We have many roadblocks and unknowns at this time but we remain positive at this time. 

    We realize we all want to see other places while going to Europe and that is fine if you can pull it off.  Bob and Jody will wait till Feb-March to start booking flights most likely. 

    May 14-21, 2022

    We suggest you plan on coming in a few days early and staying a few days after to take advantage of the inexpensive lodging available, and to do some sightseeing. You can fly direct to Split airport (SPU), which is 8km from the base. The airport is an 8-minute taxi ride away. Make sure your passport is in date and valid for the duration of your stay!

    Trogir is a town on the central Adriatic coast of Croatia. Its preserved old town, known for its mix of Renaissance, baroque and Romanesque buildings, lies on a small island connected to the mainland and the island of Čiovo by bridges. The 13th-century Cathedral of St. Lawrence houses the Renaissance Chapel of St. John and offers sweeping views from its bell tower. Parts of the medieval city walls remain intact. 

    Trogir is only 17 miles (27km) from Split, and we recommend at least making a day stop (if not longer) in Split.

    Also, Trogir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997 and is home to a number of fascinating historic sights, the best of which is the Cathedral of St Lawrence. Its proximity to Split Airport also means that Trogir is very easy to reach.

    Getting to There

    As mentioned, the nearest airport is Split Airport – the town is, in fact, only 3km from the airport. There is actually a direct bus from the airport to Trogir Bus Station – local bus line 37 – which stops on the road outside the airport (i.e. not outside the terminal building); journey time is 10 minutes. As the town is so close to the airport, you might also consider getting a taxi

    Getting to Split couldn’t be easier! The city is fantastically well served by air from the UK and Europe – just take a look at all of the airlines operating flights to Split below.

    Croatia Airlines have flights in summer from London Heathrow and London Gatwick. You can also reach Split via a stopover in Zagreb.

    British Airways have a London Heathrow to Split route and a London City Airport to Split route.

    Easyjet has daily flights from London Gatwick to Split. They also have flights from London Luton, Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow and Belfast.

    Ryanair fly from Dublin to Split.

    Wizzair have daily flights from London Luton to Split, June to early October.

    TUI have a twice weekly flights from both London Gatwick and Manchester. have flights from London Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Leeds Bradford and Edinburgh to Split.

    Aer Lingus have twice-weekly flights from Dublin to Split.

    Getting to Split by Ferry from Europe

    There are year-round ferries from Ancona in Italy, with a higher frequency of ferries the summer months. See our Travelling from Ancona to Croatia page for more details.

    Getting to Split by Bus from Europe

    There are regular bus services from, amongst other cities, Munich and Trieste to Split. See the Split Bus Terminal website for timetable details.

    Getting to Split by Train from Europe

    It is possible to travel by train to Split from elsewhere in Europe, although the majority of routes involve a change of trains at Zagreb. You are best to check the Die Bahn website for timetable details.

    The Ferry System

    Those travelling up (or down the coast) may well make use of Kapetan Luka‘s catamaran service that runs Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula – Hvar Town – Milna (Brac) to Split and vice versa. This catamaran runs daily from mid April to mid October. They also have another service running Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula – Makarska – Bol (Brac) – Split and vice versa, operating daily from the end of May to early October. Finally, Jadrolinija also have a coastal catamaran from Dubrovnik – Korcula – Hvar Town – Bol (Brac) to Split, operating daily from the end of May to the end of September.


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    1. Hi Bob and Jody
      This is Joanne, Jimmy Hess' wife
      I would appreciate it very much if you could contact me by phone, this is about Jimmy and I would rather not discuss it on line.
      Please call me at 310 415 1719
      Thank you
      Joanne Hess