Lots of people believe this to be a festival holiday, with the lazing at the beach, tbar terraces and the astonishingly popular boat party.The fest is a great idea for those who enjoy jazz, dub, electronic and reggae with a hint of hiphop and r&b. Taking part on a peninsula covered with trees, it makes the night lighting breathtakingly magical.
There is a main stage at the seafront, The Beach Stage where visitors can dance knee deep the Adriatic sea to the best DJ sounds. Visit the Barbarellas Discothequean insight nightclub before you head to the boat party. Not to mention you can also go sailing or fishing. Or Island hopping if that’s your choice.
Tickets are not on the cheap side and cost around $400 but it’s worth it. Please, note that children under 18 can enter only accompanied by adults.
How to get there:
You can get to Tisno by air, land and sea. Just choose Tisno as your destination point on the following websites.
Check out Autobusni-Kolodvor or Bus Croatia for details and timetables. Be aware that multiple different operators often run on the same routes, so be sure to check prices of the various options at the bus station in Croatia. As one might expect, the faster the journey, the more expensive it generally is.
Found a cheap flight to Ancona or somewhere else on Italy’s Adriatic coast? Get a ferry to Zadar or Split, the closest cities to the festival? Check prices and timetables here: Croatia Ferries
We advise against taking trains in Croatia. They are slower and much less reliable than the buses, and even Croatians don’t often use them. However, if you really fancy the challenge, you can travel by Eurostar to Northern Italy and then take a train through Slovenia into Croatia. See the following sites for more details: Seat 61 or Adria.
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