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I gave them 100%, not because each of the 6 categories was perfect, but because the overall experience has been amazing, mostly because the lady is so warm and welcoming and makes us feel at home. The breakfast is great. Most important for us we have a great wifi connection in our room. And our room is practically overhanging the sea. So we've extended our 2 nights to about a week. If you're coming from Dubrovnik by bus, there must be a better way than going to Split first (1.5 hour detour).

Anonymous, 01th Nov 2010, Canada

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hostel adria is great, it is worth a visit. it's outside of split, 30min by bus, but worth it though it is directly layed at the ocean. when you speak german, it is easy to deal with the grandmother, because the family lived in germany for a while.if not, she calls her granddaughter for any questions, so she tells you in english. the stay was even better cause we could help the family olive picking and had a great bbq later. we can definitely recommend this place to everybody!

eddaklicks1449, 19th Oct 2010, Germany

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A great cozy place to stay, the staff are way too nice, always smiling. The place is absolutely clean, everything looks new and well equipped. The ocean is in front of the reception and just across the street from the rooms. 100% recomended.

Natalia, 15th July 2010

*****

We had a very relaxed time here. Staff was very friendly and helpful! The location was a bit out of town as stated on hostelworld, however beaches were close to here and bus stops. Had an awesome time and would recommend it to everyone!

Lisa, 27th June 2010

*****

The Hostel is literally by the beach. Sonya is great. The rooms are new and clean. Great common room to meet other travellers. Overall I had a great time and would def comeback again

Clarissa, 19th June 2010

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I have nothing bad to say about this place. It's a little way from Split on the bus, but you wouldn't really want to stay in Split anyway. Run by a beautiful family who really looked after us while we were there. Would stay again in a heartbeat.

Steve, Australia | Male 18-24 | 27th October 2009

*****

Definitely the best hostel i ever stayed at. Mira is the best cook in all croatia (Ohrstöpsel). Everyone was really helpful and hospitable. Special thanks to Milan for bringing us to Split, so we could go to Mostar. Nikola (Nicolai) is really an attraction ;). Everyone should come and visit us in the north, we would be really happy to see you again! We will come back... for sure! This is for Ante: Ej was geht ab? Liebe Grüße und noch mal vielen Dank, Steffi und Sören

Steffi, Germany | Couple 18-24 | 26th October 2009

*****

Fantastic. Real hospitality. Very generous hosts. Spacious rooms, great common area, excellent internet. We enjoyed a couple of great bbqs together with the family's wine, local grappa and vegetables from the garden. The sea is at the door. You'd be nuts to stay anywhere else.

Adrian, Australia | | 08th August 2009

*****

This hostel is freaking paradise! I have been traveling around for a while and there's no hostel to compare with Adria. You are welcomed with open arms, the place got that "home-feeling", and once you get here you don't want to leave. This is definitely the place to stay while in Croatia!

robinfrostensson8317, Sweden | Male 18-24 | 10th August 2009

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How to get to Hostel Adria

Hostel Adria is located in a small cozy village of Bajnice near the main coastal road between Split and Omis, about 12km south of Split.

 

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Getting to Bajnice by car

If you are coming from Germany, the Netherlands, Austria etc. by car, we suggest the following route:
Salzburg - Villach - Karavanke Tunnel - Ljubljana - Zagreb - Karlovac - Plitvicka jezera - Sinj - Split - Bajnice. Please also visit the Croatian Automobile Club's (HAK) site.

If you are coming in from the direction of Split (West), please drive about 12 kilometers along the main road, until a small port comes into view on your right-hand side. This port marks the entrance to Bajnice.

 

Getting to Bajnice by coach (international bus line) via Split

Schedules for international bus lines can be found on the web page of AK-Coaches Split (available in Croatian, English and German). International buses present a cheap possibility to reach Split.

Once in Split you may choose to either be picked up by our driver (individual offer, please contact hostel Adria by e-mail or by phone in advance) or continue your way directly by taxi or by a local bus (route no. 60).

 

Getting to Bajnice by air via Split

The international airport at Split, is connected to almost all bigger European airports like London, Glasgow, Rome, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Gatwick, Budapest, Paris, Brussels etc.

Once in Split you may choose to either be picked up by our driver (individual offer, please contact hostel Adria by e-mail or by phone in advance) or continue your way directly by taxi or by a local bus (route no. 60).

 

Getting to Bajnice by ship via Split

If you would like to travel throughout Europe you might also consider to take a ship from Rijeka, Dubrovnik, Ancona and so on. The arrival and departure schedule can be found on their web site.

Once in Split you may choose to either be picked up by our driver (individual offer, please contact hostel Adria by e-mail or by phone in advance) or continue your way directly by taxi or by a local bus (route no. 60).

 

Getting to Bajnice by train via Split

After arriving at the Split railway station you  may choose to either be picked up by our driver (individual offer, please contact hostel Adria by e-mail or by phone in advance) or continue your way directly by taxi or by a local bus.

The local bus station can be found right outside the train station. Simply exit the station and keep to the right. Follow the road to its end and turn right again. The bus stop for line no. 60 will be right ahead.

 

Getting to Bajnice from Split by local bus (route no. 60)

 

Local buses are perhaps the cheapest transportation method in Croatia. To reach Bajnice, you will have to take bus line no. 60. The bus stop is just a five-minute-walk away from the ferry port and the railway station and the route no. 60 connect the two cities of Split and Omis.

 

Since the bus stop, which you will have to get off, is unmarked, please either call the hostel (+385 911219708) and ask for detailed instructions or ask the bus driver to give you a signal where to get off. (The last place name sign you will pass on your way to Bajnice is Podstrana. Having passed Podstrana, the next village will be Bajnice).

 

Getting to Bajnice from Omis by car

If you are coming from the direction of Omis (East) you should drive about 9 kilometers along the main road until you see a small port with old-style wooden ships come into view on your left-hand side. From here you should pass the port on the main road and enter a long curve turning right which will lead you directly into Bajnice.