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  2. Car hire Croatia Croatia is an independent car hire comparison site. Our system compares prices from well-known car hire companies. As a customer, you can always reserve your hire car through us at a competitive rate.

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Car hire Croatia
Car hire Croatia

Car hire in Croatia

The combination of Croatia’s stunning Mediterranean shores, the cool botanical gardens of the imposing Biokovo Mountains, and towns like Baška, dripping with rich cultural history, makes it the ultimate holiday destination. Croatia car hire is the only option for tourists who wish to take in all these sights.

Major airports and ports

British Airways and Lufthansa are just two of the international carriers that land at Croatia’s Zagreb, Zadar and Split International Airports, while low cost airlines such as EasyJet and Ryanair also serve domestic routes. As there are over 50 islands off Croatia’s coast, passengers also flock to the port at Split for ferry services.


Buses are one way to get about the inter-city areas, but car rental in Croatia is also a good choice, as highways are in excellent condition and very safe. While an intricate system of railways will take visitors to almost all major points, it’s in dire need of upgrading. Tourists will find international brands like Hertz and Dollar are readily available, but while local agencies abound, it is wise to compare cheap car hire in Croatia with and get the best available prices online.

Driving tips

UK driving licences or International Permits are needed to book car rental in Croatia. Strict regulations cover those wishing to drive their own vehicles, so it’s best to hire a car locally. It is compulsory to carry fluorescent vests in the vehicle, not in the boot, and there are strict and specific laws against drunk driving.

Places to visit

The coastal towns along the Adriatic Sea offer private and public beaches where weary travellers can dip their feet into crystal clear waters. If medieval castles and ruins are your pleasure, drive up to Split-Dalmatia or Karlovac County and admire a millennium of history. While Bijele and Hajdu?ki are restricted national reserves, there are eight other national parks where visitors can hike.