Between Split and Zaton Doli (Ston) we found up to 6 bus departures. The earliest departure from Split is at 01:00 arriving to Zaton Doli (Ston) at 04:20. The latest departure is at 17:15 arriving at 20:42. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 12 € to 14 €. Discounted tickets for children, students and pensioners are available on some departures. Children tickets range from 6 € to 7 €, student tickets range from 10 € to 11 € and pensioner tickets range from 11 € to 12 €.
Most popular departures between Split and Zaton Doli (Ston)
The shortest travel distance between Split (HR) and Zaton Doli (Ston) (HR) is 180 km. The fastest bus which departs at 01:00 has a travel time of 03:20h. The longest travel time on the route is 04:23h. Some of the busses going from Split to Zaton Doli (Ston) have stops in Omis, Brela Magistrala, Baska Voda and Makarska. Depending on the selected departure, the following amenities are available: Aircondition and WiFi. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.
Bus departures on this route are operated by the following bus companies:
In total the bus route between Split and Zaton Doli (Ston) has been rated 3 times.
Departure and arrival station
You can see information about the departure station and stops Split here
Zaton Doli (Ston)
You can see information about the arrival station and stops Zaton Doli (Ston) here
Summary of the ticket price from Split to Zaton Doli (Ston)
Cheapest single adult ticket:
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19 € (12 + 7)
Cheapest single child ticket:
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12 € (6 + 6)
Cheapest single student ticket:
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16 € (10 + 6)
Cheapest single pensioner ticket:
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18 € (11 + 7)
Reviews from Split to Zaton Doli (Ston)
SplitZaton Doli (Ston)
By Sabra 06.06.2017. 09:51
Value for money
It's a fairly cheap way to move around the country.
Two things here: 1) The system suggests you can stop on the way to Dubrovnik. We told both drivers twice about our stop as we started our trip. The bus driver blew right past our stop in Ston and continued on to Dubrovnik. When we pointed out we passed our stop, he pulled over on the side of the road and dropped us off in the middle of nowhere. Nowhere as in no buses, taxis, transportation of any kind. We ended up walking to a local restaurant and asking a man who had stopped there to take us the 25 min by car to our stop. 2) The driver drove really fast. Like, passing cars going into a oneway construction zone fast...