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About the festival

FAQ

The Zelena punta festival area is located on the small green island of Ugljan, which lies on the northern edge of the Kornati Islands in the middle of the Adriatic Sea, opposite Zadar in the beginning of Dalmatia. Driving from Ljubljana to Zadar is 4 hours by highway, and then a 15-minute ferry from Zadar to Ugljan.

We recommend arriving by car, there are dedicated parking spaces in the camp, but you can also take the bus line to Zadar and then take the ferry on foot. It is a 5-minute drive from the ferry port in Ugljan to Zelena punta, and for those arriving on foot, transportation to the festival area will be organized.

WITH A PLAN

There are three airports in the vicinity of the island, in

  • In Zadar (distance 15 km to the ferry)
  • In Split (distance 150 km to the ferry)
  • In Zagreb (280 km to the ferry)

The festival takes place between 12 and 16 June 2024

The festival will take place in the Adriatic Sea, on the green island of Ugljan, near Zadar in Croatia.

The easiest way to get there is via the airport in Zadar or Split and rent a car to take you to the ferry and the island. You can also order a transfer from the airport, take the ferry without a car, and once you’re on the island, the Sinergia shuttle will take you to the festival area.

A ferry to Ugljan runs from Zadar ferry port throughout the day. You can see the timetable here: https://www.ferrycroatia.com/hr/zadar-preko/

If you want to extend your trip after a festival in Croatia, you’re in luck because there are plenty of things to see and do in this beautiful country. Here are some suggestions for post-festival travel in Croatia:

  1. Explore Dubrovnik
  2. Visit Plitvice Lakes National Park
  3. Check out the Diocletian’s Palace in Split
  4. Take a trip to Hvar
  5. Visit the city of Zadar
  6. Tke a boat trip to Kornati

These are just a few suggestions for post-festival travel in Croatia. With so much to see and do, Croatia is the perfect destination for anyone looking to extend their trip and explore this beautiful country.

If you are sailing on the Croatian coast during this time, you can also moor your yacht in the harbor in Kukljica, which is the seaside village where the festival is organized.

Yes. Experiencing Croatia on your own can be an incredible adventure, giving you the freedom to explore the country at your own pace and on your own terms.You can rent a car or travel with public transport. The country is safe and the locals are friendly and well educated about tourism. Croatian currency is Euro.

Overall, experiencing Croatia on your own can be a rewarding and unforgettable adventure. With a little planning and preparation, you can create a travel experience that is tailored to your interests and style, while still enjoying all that this beautiful country has to offer.

For citizens of the European Union, European Economic Area, and Switzerland, a visa is not required for stays up to 90 days within a 180-day period.

For citizens of many other countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, a visa is also not required for stays up to 90 days within a 180-day period for tourism, business, or other short-term visits.

However, it’s always best to check the current visa requirements and regulations for your specific country and situation before traveling to Croatia. You can do this by checking with the Croatian embassy or consulate in your home country, or by visiting the Croatian Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs website.

If you do require a visa, you’ll need to apply for it in advance and provide the necessary documentation, such as a valid passport, proof of travel arrangements and accommodation, and proof of financial means to support your stay.

When it comes to health insurance, if you’re a citizen of an EU or EEA country, or Switzerland, you can use your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to receive medical treatment in Croatia. This card provides access to state-provided healthcare at a reduced cost or for free, depending on the treatment required. However, it’s important to note that the EHIC is not a substitute for travel insurance, as it doesn’t cover all medical costs, repatriation, or other travel-related issues.

For travelers who are not eligible for the EHIC, or who want more comprehensive coverage, there are a variety of travel insurance options available. You can purchase travel insurance through your travel agent, insurance provider, or online. This insurance typically covers medical expenses, emergency medical evacuation, trip cancellation, trip interruption, and other travel-related issues.

In terms of car insurance, if you plan to drive in Croatia, you must have a valid driver’s license from your home country, and your vehicle must have valid insurance. If you’re renting a car, the rental company will typically provide insurance coverage as part of the rental agreement. However, it’s important to read the terms and conditions carefully and make sure you understand the coverage and any exclusions.

The full lineup will be announced on June 1st.

The whole week is devoted to the spectrum of melodic house & techno. 

Sound system is a very important part of the music experience we’re preparing. We have VOID1 system in place with extra sub-woofers to keep our hearts racing and our feet moving.

We’re not just about the music. We also offer a variety of mindful activities and workshops that will nourish your mind, body, and spirit. 

 Enjoy the local hospitality  with some of the best seafood in the Mediterranean.

Our festival is a sanctuary for those who seek more than just a dopamine party release. It’s a place where you can connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for life, nature, and personal growth. It’s a place where you can rediscover the beauty of human interactions and the power of community.

There are grocery stores, supermarkets, pharmacy store and a hospital closeby on the island (walking distance).

We wanted to keep the festival prices for food and drinks similar to local prices available on the island.

Tickets

You can buy ticket without accommodation, though we recommend choosing the option with accommodation. We aim to provide a smooth holiday experience, and being able to manage the accommodation for our guests helps us to ensure a stress free event for everyone. On average, the prices are approx. 5-10€ lower than apartment prices on the island at that time.

You can come and go as you wish, but due to the small size of the festival, the tickets are only sold for the whole week.

We recommend staying for as long as possible to soak in the amazing scenery.

For general information about apartments please write to info@zelenapunta.hr. If you have specific questions regarding your apartment, please write us to info@flowsfestival.com.

Yes, a small amount of daypasses will be available to local people and people that want to join the festival for a day.

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