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On 22.05.2018 at 14:00 temperature in nearby Makarska is 24°C, humidity 62%, preasure 1015hPa. Wind blowing from southeast 3m/s.

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Croatia has two Nobel Chemistry Prize winners: Lavoslav Ružička in 1939 and Vladimir Prelog in 1975.

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By car

To enter Croatia, a driver’s licence, an automobile registration card and vehicle insurance documents are required.

Speed Limits:

50 km/h – within settled areas
90 km/h – outside settled areas
110 km/h – on major roadways designed exclusively for motor vehicles, and on highways
130 km/h – on motorways
80 km/h – for motor vehicles with a caravan trailer without brakes
80 km/h – for buses and buses with a light trailer; on motorways, buses are allowed to drive up to 100 km/h, except for those buses carrying children

Please reduce and adjust your speed in wet road conditions.

Regulations:

  • Driving with dipped headlights is obligatory during winter time.
  • The use of mobile telephones while driving is forbidden!
  • The use of seat belts is obligatory.

A reflective sleeveless jacket is an obligatory part of every vehicle’s emergency equipment. The driver is obliged to wear it when he or she is on the road, outside the car (changing a tyre, doing repair works on the car, filling up with petrol, stopping other cars in an attempt to seek help, etc.)

If you are travelling to Mlaska by car, depending on the direction (Austria, Slovenia, Hungary) you need to go through Zagreb to Split or Drvenik with main Croatian highway A1, or along the Croatian coast from Rijeka to Split or Drvenik.

From Split you can take car ferry to Stari Grad on Hvar (105 minutes), or from Drvenik (south of Makarska) to Sućuraj on Hvar island (25 minutes).