Travelling to Croatia: information on Covid-19

Travelling information: Covid-19 updates

Croatia is ready to welcome you in complete safety.
Every year we are fully committed to making our Village the best place for your holiday, because the safety and health of our guests has always been our top priority. Now more than ever, travelling to Croatia will be easy, comfortable and safe.

Here is all the useful information for your journey to Croatia:

Travel information

Guests from the EU can enter Croatia without any problems and return to their countries. The epidemiological situation in the Adriatic is under control with less active cases than in other tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.

Entering the Republic of Croatia*:

  • All holidaymakers entering the Republic of Croatia must have a booking confirmation and fill out the online form Enter Croatia
  • People travelling to the Republic of Croatia from green countries/regions are exempt from the obligation to provide negative test and to self-isolate.
  • Travellers from other countries must provide a negative PCR test or RAT (antigen) test no older than 48 hours or must be tested upon entering the Republic of Croatia and remain in self-isolation until they receive a negative result.
  • Children under the age of 12 who travel in the company of parents are exempt from the obligation to present a negative test result and to self-isolate if their parents have a negative PCR or RAT (antigen) test or have recovered or have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate.
  • People who have recovered from COVID-19 within the past 6 months are exempt from the obligation to provide a negative test and to self-isolate. To prove that they have recovered from COVID-19, travellers must provide a positive PCR or RAT (antigen) test result or a certificate of COVID-19 recovery issued by a doctor (this certificate is valid at the earliest on the eleventh day from the positive test result).
  • People who have recovered from COVID-19 and have been vaccinated with at least one dose of the vaccine after the recovery, don’ have to present a negative test result and self-isolate in the period of 5 months from the administration of the vaccine.
  • People who have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate are exempt from the obligation to provide a negative test and self-isolate. The certificate must state that at least 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of the vaccine (in case of vaccines received in one dose only, 14 days since the 1st dose).

* The measures apply to all citizens of EU / EEA Member States and third-country nationals.

General rules for entering the Republic of Croatia

For easier and faster border crossing, we recommend submitting your data in advance via the website entercroatia.mup.hr. In this way you can avoid additional delays at the border crossing as the border police will have your data in the system. At the road border crossings Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija there are special lanes for guests who have filled in and submitted the Enter Croatia form before arrival.

Passengers who have registered on entercroatia.mup.hr website will receive on their email address a confirmation of receipt and all the necessary information related to the instructions and recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health.

Passengers who did not submit their data in advance via this application will be able to do so at the border crossing when entering the Republic of Croatia.

On the ‘Re-open EU‘ European Commission website you can check, in real time, information on travel within the European Union, the situation at the borders, and all available transport and tourism services in EU member states.

Transit through Austria, Italy and Slovenia towards Croatia is proceeding normally.