You can access Marina by road, air or sea. The municipality is situated next to the Adriatic coastal highway (D8) which connects the southern section of Croatia to its hinterland. If you're arriving from the north, take the D1 highway from Zagreb via Karlovac, Gračac, Knin and Drniš – this will lead you directly to Marina. And if you're coming from Italy, you should take the Adriatic coastal highway via Rijeka, Senj, Zadar and Šibenik. If you prefer air travel, “Resnik” airport is just 15 km away from Marina.
From Marina, the city of Split is only 40 km away. Split is extremely well-connected to the rest of Europe. In the city center there is a bustling bus station, train station and a harbor. Split is also accessible by sea. You may choose to take a ferry line from Rijeka, Zadar or Dubrovnik (along the coast) or abroad from Ancona, Pescara, Bari or Venice.
The most popular mode of transport to Croatia is by car, and the easiest way to reach the coast is via the A1 highway, nicknamed “Dalmatina“. So – take the A1 highway to the Šibenik or Prgomet exit. When you reach to the local road, drive down from Šibenik in the direction of Split for about half an hour until you reach the Prgomet exit, which is just a few kilometers after Trogir. When you reach the Plano intersection, continue driving on the Trogir bypass to the north for another 11 km.
Marina is well-connected with all the major Croatian bus line carriers. There are also local bus lines which connect the whole Marina municipality with Trogir. The schedule of direct bus lines connecting Marina with major Croatian municipalities is available on the website http://www.buscroatia.com/. The schedule of local bus lines can be found CLICK HERE (from numbers 47 to 50).
Planes from all over Europe and around the world land in the Split international airport, 15 km away from Marina, several times a day. Bus number 37 leaves from the airport every 20 minutes. There are many frequent bus lines between the walled city of Trogir into Marina.
If you're coming to Croatia by ferry or any other vessel, the nearest port is in Split. Split is connected with many overseas countries, particularly Italy with at least four different liners running several times a day.