Getting to Paklenica
Travelling independently it is possible to gets flights daily to Zagreb, either via Croatia Airlines or National Carriers such as BA. From here interconnecting flights can be made or hire a car.
For direct flights the nearest airport is near Zadar is approximately 50km from Paklenica. A small number of airlines fly into Zadar airport including some low cost carriers, find out more…
Alternatively Rijeka airport and Trieste airport to the north or Split airport to the south are good options, though this will involve a longer drive to Paklenica.
The Paklenica Rock Climbing guidebook is the definitive rock climbing guidebook for Paklenica. An excellent companion to this is the Anica kuk Panoramic Map that shows the most popular climbing routes on Anica kuk (shown above).
type of accommodation required will depend upon your group size,
budget and preferred location of either Starigrad (1Km from Paklenica)
or Zadar (46Km from Paklenica).
– Always the cheapest choice and there are many campsites
in Starigrad, which are open all year round.
- Always the most pleasant and luxurious option. If you are in
a large group (6+) and are traveling outside the main holiday
season (June to August) then hiring a villa can be surprisingly
cheap. Villa’s are available in Starigrad, with a greater
choice available in Zadar.
– These suit slightly smaller teams or couples. Again these
are available in Starigrad, with a greater choice in Zadar. To
view apartments selected by Climb Europe, that are suitable for
rock climbers, click here.
& Hotels –There are several Bed and Breakfast places (called Pansions) and small hotels that are usually associated with restaurants in Starigrad. All the larger hotels are in Zadar.
If you own an apartment or villa in Paklenica and wish to advertise this with Climb Europe, then please contact us.
Paklenica National Park is a hiker’s paradise, combining craggy limestone gorges, caves, dense pine forest and meadow-carpeted alpine uplands. Hiking is the best way to explore Paklenica (cars are forbidden) as there are nearly 200km of paths and trails throughout the park that are well sign posted, plus a mountain hut. Find out more…
Also the Paklenica walking map covers all the walking and hiking paths and trails in Paklenica, at a scale of 1:25,000. Buy this map from from our shop.