Yes. Tap water on the island is safe to drink. However, every drop matters, so please use it efficiently.
Late check-out is subject to availability and incurs an additional cost. If you wish to request a late check-out, we kindly ask that you contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are more than happy to store your bags until your departure time if this is not available.
Personal vehicles are not allowed on the Island of Obonjan and must remain parked on the mainland.
We suggest using the public parking located at the Port of Šibenik and other location in Šibenik. The parking lot is under video surveillance.
Further information about public parkings you can find on https://www.gradski-parking.hr/?lang=en.
Public parking location a visible here https://www.gradski-parking.hr/stranice/public-parking/13/en.html
The transfers from the airports to the Port of Šibenik are available to arrange with prior notice.
There is a regular boat transfer to and from the island, but there is also a private taxi boat at our disposal.
Zvijezdica boat schedule
Arrival at Obonjan
▪️ 10:00 from Šibenik to Obonjan 11:00
▪️ 14:00 from Šibenik to Obonjan 15:00
▪️ 17:00 from Šibenik to Obonjan 18:00
Departure from Obonjan
▪️ 11:00 from Obonjan to Šibenik 12:00
▪️ 15:00 from Obonjan to Šibenik 16:00
▪️ 18:00 from Obonjan to Šibenik 19:00
Ticket price: 200HRK (27EUR) - round trip
*payable at the reception desk
Ferry Jadrolinija Lošinjanka - arrival and departure from the western port
Šibenik to Obonjan:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30
Obonjan to Šibenik:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9:30
Standard check-in time is 3 pm, and check-out time is 10 am.
No, Obonjan Island Resort is not exclusively adults-only.
• International country code for Croatia: +385
• A single countrywide number for all emergencies: 112
• Police: 192
• Fire Brigade: 193
• Ambulance: 194
• Roadside vehicle assistance (Croatian Automobile Club – HAK): 1987 (when calling from abroad or by mobile phone, call: +385 1 1987)
• National Search and Rescue Centre: 195
• General information: 18981
• Information on local and intercity numbers: 11888
• Information on international numbers: 11802
• Weather forecast and road conditions: 072 777 777 (when calling from abroad or by mobile phone, call: +385 1 464 0800)
Yes, there is an ATM on the island. The commission rate is subject to your bank's policy.
There are several restaurants and bars on the island.
The food concept is primarily Mediterranean but offers a variety of international flavors and vegetarian and vegan specialties.
The wine selection is from the finest Croatian vineyards.
Dogs are allowed on the island.
Croatian standard voltage is 230 V, and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in Croatia if the standard voltage in your country is between 220 - 240 V (as is in the UK, Europe, Australia, and most of Asia and Africa). You might also consider a combined power plug adapter/voltage converter.
For Croatia, there are two associated plug types, types C and F. Plug type C is the plug that has two round pins. Plug type F is the plug that has two round pins with two earth clips on the side.
There is a small store on the island where you can buy some hygiene necessities, drinks, cigarettes, and souvenirs.
Medical care on the island is organized through a private medical center equipped for urgent and other acute health conditions that may occur. Medical services are available 24/7.
Besides the sun and the sea, there are plenty of activities to enjoy while on the island - yoga, various watersports, stargazing (limited period), jet ski, activities for children, and various restaurants and bars.