You can access the municipality of Marina by road, air or sea. Located along the Adriatic Highway (D8), halfway between the cities of Split and Sibenik and ten kilometers from Trogir, the Municipality of Marina is easily accessible by traffic. The Adriatic Highway (D8) connects the southern part of Croatia with its hinterland. If you are coming from the north, take the state road D1 from Zagreb via Karlovac, Gračac, Knin and Drniš - it will take you directly to the Marina. And if you come from Italy, you should take the Adriatic coastal road through Rijeka, Senj, Zadar and Šibenik. If you want air transport, Split Airport is only 15 km away.
Split is only 40 km away. Split is extremely well connected with the rest of Europe. In the city center there is an international bus station, train station and port. Split is also accessible by sea. You can choose 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 the coast from the direction of Zagreb is via the A1 motorway, popularly called "Dalmatina". Take the A1 motorway to the Šibenik or Prgomet exit. If you go to the Šibenik exit, then take the D8 intercity road to Split and you are 48 km away. If you go to the Prgomet exit, it is possible to go on the local road Prgomet-Prapatnica-Seget Donji-Marina or Prgomet-Labin-Plano-Marina, in both cases you are a little less than 30 kilometers from the destination.
The marina is well connected with the bus lines of the largest carriers. There are also local bus lines that connect the entire municipality of Marina with Trogir. The schedule of direct bus lines connecting the Marina with the main Croatian municipalities is available on the website http://www.buscroatia.com. While the schedule of local buses from Trogir to the Municipality of Marina can be viewed at the following link https://www.promet-split.hr/vozni-red/trogir
Split International Airport, only 15 km from the Marina, is well connected by numerous airlines with the capitals of Europe and the world. You can check more about the airport on the website http://www.split-airport.hr
If you are traveling by plane to Split Airport, bus no. 37 depart from the airport every 20 minutes and then from Trogir to Marina you have numerous local bus lines on offer.
If you come to Croatia by ferry or any other vessel, the nearest port is in Split. Split is connected to many overseas countries, especially Italy with at least four different lines that run several times a day. Find more information on the following website https://www.jadrolinija.hr/