Barrakud Croatia will take place 8th to 15th August 2015.
About Barrakud Croatia
Now, if you really like your festivals and never want the party to stop, you should seriously consider Barrakud Croatia. Hosted in Croatia’s premier party spot of Zrce Beach in Novalja on the island of Pag, this festival runs for no less than eight days…
The 2015 edition sees the fourth instalment of Barrakud, although it also has a sister festival (which is in its second year) on Corfu – that one’s taking place from the 29th July to 2nd August. (So you could really live it up and try and combine the two!)
Early line-up details of Barrakud Croatia include names such as Barnt, DISCIPLES, Sven Vath, Maurizio Schmitz, SHADED (live) and others with even more names to be revealed very soon.
Tickets and accommodation for Barrakud Croatia
Early bird tickets have already sold out, but you can currently snap up tickets from €109 to €139 (plus booking fees). You can also purchase packages for Barrakud that include a festival ticket plus accommodation – these start at €344.
You can also search for accommodation in Novalja and nearby using the box below:
Getting to Pag and Barrakud
The nearest airport to Pag is Zadar on the Croatian mainland. Ryanair are the only airline to fly to Zadar from the UK and Ireland – in 2015, they fly there from London Stansted, Manchester and Dublin airports.
Zadar Airport is also connected by air to a large number of other European cities – take a look at our Getting to North Dalmatia page for these air routes.
If you’re planning on making your own way from Zadar airport, take a transfer bus to the main bus terminal in Zadar (you’ll see buses waiting outside the terminal building), which is a 20-minute journey. From here there are then buses direct to Novalja (Pag is connected to the mainland by bridge). Journey time from Zadar to Novalja is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes; check the Zadar Bus Terminal website for more details.
If you’re thinking of flying into one of the airports slightly further away from Novalja, see our Getting to Split and Getting to Zagreb pages for details of which airlines fly to these cities from the UK and Europe.
There is a direct bus from Zagreb to Novalja (journey time is 5.5 hours – see details on the Zagreb Bus Terminal website) whilst Split is about 4.5 hours south of Novalja. In the summer months, there’s a direct bus service run by Antonio Tours from Split to Novalja that operates in the late afternoon/evening.