Three weeks of Spring Break madness
Spring Break Island returns to Croatia's Zrće beach this May and June for three weeks of high-energy madness to kickstart your summer.
Held inside some of the beach's most popular clubs, such as Noa Beach Club, and aboard boats on the lush Adriatic Sea, the festival will feature sets from both Felix Jaehn and Salvatore Ganacci as thousands of music fans descend for the ultimate sun-soaked party.
Zrće Beach, just south of Novalja, has become know as Europe's number one party beach, famed for clubs such as Papaya and Kalypso.
Zrće Beach, Novalja, 53291, Croatia
Split airport is the largest in the south of Croatia, just a few hours further down the coast. There are lots of taxis and local buses around – the area is so popular in summer that public transport has become very good. But as an idea, the two routes below are probably the best:
FROM SPLIT AIRPORT: The best way is to get a taxi to Trogir, which would be about €25-30 for a 4-8 passenger car, and then two buses to Pag. Buses from Trogir leave frequently and take 2 hours 40 minutes to get to Zadar, costing between €12 and €19. From there, buses leave around 5 times per day and take 1 hour 30 minutes to get to Novalja, at a cost of around €6.
Alternatively, you could fly into Zadar airport.
FROM ZADAR AIRPORT: Buses leave every hour, and it is a 20 minute journey to the Zadar bus terminal. The fare is €3. Again, buses to Novalja leave 5 times a day and take 1 hour 30 minutes, costing about €6.
CHECK IN: Katarelac bb - Zrce beach, Island of Pag - Croatia 23251 - Kolan
The minimum age to attend Spring Break Island is 18.
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