The property is in a rural surroundings so public transportation is not available in the village of Gradišće. But the nearest place with public transportation – Žminj – is only 3 km/2 mi away. Never the less, you’ll find that a car is essential.

 

Coming by car

If you’re planing to come by car, you’ll probably be entering Croatia at border crossing Plovanija or Kaštel (via Slovenia). After entering Croatia, the fastest and most simple way to travel is via highway A9 that will lead you all the way to Žminj.

You can pay toll in Croatian currency (slot and cash register) or EUR (only cash register), or with your bank or credit card (American Express, VISA, VISA Electron, Diners, Master Card, Maestro). If you pay in cash, it’s best to have small bills.

For more information about traffic flow, road conditions, if you need road assistance or for any other traffic information, please visit HAK. You can download the app on your mobile device (android).

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NOTE: Bring passports and/or ID card with you. Although Croatia is in European Union, you can be asked to show your ID’s on Croatian border.

 

Coming by plane

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Pula airport: www.airport-pula.hr

You can also come to Istria by plane. The nearest airport is in Pula (40 km/24 mi from the property). After landing in Pula, you’ll be needing some other transportation (car or van). Cars can be booked in advance or rented on arrival at the airports rent-a-car desks. Check rent-a-car companies and their offer here.

Again, the fastest and most simple way to travel is via highway A9. It will lead you all the way to Žminj.

 

 

 

Other kind of transportation

The nearest bus stop is in Žminj (3 km/2 mi from the Villa). You can catch a ride to Rovinj, Pula, Labin or Pazin.
If you’re coming by plain, the nearest airport is in Pula, 40 km/24 mi away from Villa.

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Train station in Pazin

If you’re planing to come by train, nearest train station is in Pazin, 20 km/12 mi from the property.