Travelling & weather

The journey can be easily planned:

If you land by plane in Split, you have about 35 minutes by rental car to the villa. If you travel by car, you may want to orient yourself by given formula: travel time to Munich plus 9 hours. And by the way: it is worth it …Croatia and especially Dalmatia with its coasts is one of the sunniest regions in Europe. With 2,600 hours of sunshine a year (see Germany 950 hours of sunshine) and over 200 days of sunshine, it invites millions of travelers to the sunshine every year. The summer in Dalmatia is very warm and dry, but the changing winds contribute to regulate the heat. Spring in Croatia starts early and autumn lasts a long time. From May on summer starts and the maximum temperatures are reached in July and August. Autumn in Croatia is very mild and the hours of sunshine invite you to go hiking and cycling.

Punta Planka is the central sign for you to follow. If you see complementary the three pictures in the order (first left to Stivasnica, then left to Punta Planka and then right past the information sign “sportski centar stivasnica”), in your arrival, you are right 😉.


From Munich you need about 9, 5 hours for the distance of about 845 km. The main part of the route will take you over the highway, only the last few kilometers (about 50 km) direct you from the Sibenik highway exit to the state roads to Razanj. If you arrive by plane, the nearest airports are Split Airport (34 km) and Zadar Airport (125 km). In Split and Zadar there are various car rental companies, offering good service for a fair price.

Razanj / Rogoznica / Primosten are among the lowest precipitation places on the Dalmatian coast.

Climate table Dalmatia / Split / Razanj