The main port on the island is Rogač. The Jadrolinija agency is in Rogač
where you can by tickets for the ferry-boat.
Is near the berth in Rogač. During summer it is open the whole day for
cars, ships, etc. The fuels available are SUPER 95, EUROSUPER 95 (LEADFREE)
AND EURODIESEL, and there are consumer materials as: car batteries, sparking
plugs, grease, etc.
Clinic service is near Grohote, and there is also an emergency organized.
There is also an emergency helicopter and emergency fast ships.
Foreign tourists don't have to pay health services if there is a health
agreement signed between Croatia and their home countries. If there is
no such an agreement, the services are charged according to the price
There is a taxi service on the island and the bus lines cover most of
the ferry lines.
There is no bank on the island. ATM's are in Stomorska, Grohote and Rogač.
Shops with fresh food and bread can be found in all bigger villages of
the island. There is also a good offer of fruit and vegetables.
We suggest a gastronomic trip through the island. Except Nečujam which
has a large selection of gastronomic offer, we recommend a pleasant trip
to Stomorska or to Maslinica where you will enjoy in numerous fish dishes.
are in Grohote, Nečujam and Stomorska.
are in Rogač, Maslinica, Nečujam and Stomorska.
January 1st - New Year's Day
January 6th - Epiphany
May 1st - May Day
Corpus Christi - movable observance
June 22nd - Day of the Anti-Fascist Struggle
June 25th - Statehood Day
August 5th - Homeland Gratitude Day
August 15th - Assumption
October 8th - Independence Day
November 1st - All Saints' Day
December 25-26 - Christmas Holidays
Local currency: 1 Kuna (HRK) = 100 Lipa. Notes are in denominations of
1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5 HRK. Coins are in denominations
of 5, 2 and 1 HRK, and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, and 1 lipa. 1 Eur is
approx. 7,5 Eur
can be made at the reception in Nečujam, post offices and tourist agencies.
Cash machine is in Stomorska and most of the restaurants accept credit
for Croatia is +385.
GMT plus one hour
Passport or other internationally recognized identification document.
Tourists are allowed to stay in Croatia for three months.
Check if you have made sure from fire.
Don't throw burnt or inflammable objects into environment
If you notice any fire, please notify others and call 93; try to put the
fire away while waiting for the fire brigade but don't put your life or
life of others in danger.
Obey the signs not to make fire. Make sure your parked car is not parked
on the fire brigade drives.
International code for Croatia: 385
Fire brigade 93 (or 112)
Police 92 (or 112)
Road assistance 987
(if you are calling from abroad or on your cell phone, dial +3851 987
General information 18981
Information on town or long-distance calls 11888
Information on international long-distnace calls 11802