Travel cheaper & carefree with you hardstyle buddies

We have over 50 of your favorite artists, hostings and specials waiting for you on the most perfect piece of paradise known to man. All you need now is to figure out how to get there as fast as possible! Let us guide you step by step.

Check our Flight Watch

In order to make your trip as carefree as possible, we have created a special Flight Tracker to provide you with all possible flights from airports such as Zadar & Split for the best possible price around and during Dropzone.


After booking your flights, you’ll need to figure out how to get from the airport to Novalja, Zrće, where Dropzone is located, and back. There are two options:


Trying to figure it out on your own, spending loads of time online and potentially spending more money than you are supposed to. Sounds like crap, right?


Sit back and let us do all the work for you! This way you’ll save time, are able to relax and have more money for cocktails, merch and fun activities. It’s a simple decision, right?!


Croatia is one of the top summer destinations in the world. The last thing you want is to arrive at the airport and then try to book a transfer on your own. Not only can it cost you time and money, but there’s also a possibility that you may need to wait for your transfer for a long time.

Over the years, during the Dropzone festivals, we’ve safely transported over 18 000 hardstyle fans from airports to Novalja, Zrće, at an average 50% lower price compared to booking your own transfer. You can trust us to have your back – so buckle up and enjoy the ride!

Shared Transfers

The most cost-efficient way to travel is through shared transfers. From the airports in Zadar or Split to Novalja, Zrće, you’ll ride comfortably alongside fellow Dropzone fans.

If you want to start your journey blasting hardstyle along the way and meet other ravers like yourself, hop on a Dropzone shared transfer!

Prices for shared transfers

The price for one person for travel between Zadar Airport and Novalja, or between Novalja and Zadar Airport, is €29 plus a €1.45 booking fee. 

The price for one person for travel between Split Airport and Novalja, or between Novalja and Split, is €49 plus a €1.45 booking fee. 

If you’re travelling alone or with your crew and looking for the most affordable way to start your Dropzone adventure from the airport, shared transfers are the way to go.

Private Transfers

Whenever you want, you and your crew can enjoy private transfers from the main airports in Croatia. It’s the perfect choice for bigger groups of up to 8 people, where every single thing is tailored to your wishes.

Dropzone private transfers are available from four airports in Croatia: Split, Zadar, Rijeka, and Zagreb.

Private transfer prices start from €35 + 5% booking fee per person.

During the summer, travel transfers can be very expensive in Croatia – unless you choose Dropzone Travel options

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Novalja is a small town and it’s just a 4-minute drive from Zrće beach where the festival is held. We don’t organize local travel options, but we can recommend you the easiest and safest way to get around on the island.

Order a Taxi


Whether you want to be picked up or brought back to your accommodation, there are plenty of taxi services available around Pag island and Zrće Beach. Our team has hand-picked local rental companies to provide you with the ride of a lifetime, both day & night.

Rent A Car


Decide where you want to go and enjoy the freedom of renting your own car on Pag island. Our team has hand-picked local rental companies to provide you with the ride of a lifetime.

Local Transfers


Looking for a way around the island by public transport? All accommodations are situated in or around Novalja and Stara Novalja with a frequent local bus going to and from the party at Zrće Beach every few minutes, day & night. Bus times and timetables will be revealed here shortly before Dropzone takes place.


Situated in the northern Adriatic Sea, the island of Pag is one of the biggest Croatian islands and one with the longest coastline. It is easily reached by car as it takes only 30 minutes to get to the island from Zadar. The southern side of the island is connected to the mainland by a 300 m (980 ft)-long arch Pag Bridge while the northern part of the island is only a 15-minute Prizna-Žigljen ferry ride away from the mainland.

While driving, you must turn on the lights, day and night. Also, bear in mind that speed limits are 50 km/h in town and 90 km/h on highway. While driving on express highway, the speed limit is 130 km/h. If you should need road assistance, dial +385 19 87


Being one of the biggest Croatian islands, Pag is easily accessible from the mainland. Connected by a bridge on the southern side and a short Prizna-Žigljen ferry ride on the northern side, the island is perfectly reachable in a matter of minutes. Accommodation areas like Novalja  and Stara Novalja are conveniently and quickly connected to the party area at Zrće Beach by a frequent local bus taking a route from Novalja to Zrće every few minutes, day and night. You can check the bus times and timetable here shortly before the program begins.