Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) is located 10 miles from the coastal city of Dubrovnik in southern Croatia. It is the main airport serving the popular tourist city, as well as Cavtat and Herceg Novi. Dubrovnik Airport is especially busy during the summer months as tourists travel to the area for vacation. When you're ready to explore the Croatian city, book your car rental at Skyscanner and have everything ready before you arrive at the terminal.
Where Can I Get a Car Rental at Dubrovnik Airport?
A variety of car rental companies operate at Dubrovnik Airport, and Skyscanner is here to make sure you get the best deal. Find cheap car rentals from major brands like:
When you're ready to book, simply fill in your travel dates and pickup your rental right at the airport or take a free shuttle bus to the individual pickup center.
What Type of Car Can I Rent at Dubrovnik Airport?
Skyscanner makes it easy to find a car that will suit your needs for your trip to Dubrovnik. Traveling alone? Find incredible deals on mini, economy, and compact cars. You can also choose an intermediate or full-size vehicle if you're traveling with a group. If you prefer to explore the Croatian seaside in luxury, you can choose from a great selection of premium car rentals.
How Do I Get to Dubrovnik From the Airport?
Driving to the city from Dubrovnik Airport is easy enough for even a first-time visitor. DB is located on D8, a road along the Adriatic Sea that will take you directly into downtown Dubrovnik in just a little over 20 minutes. Parking is somewhat limited in the city, although there is a public parking garage, port parking, and a few lots near the old town.
Are There Gas Stations Around the Airport?
Gas stations around Dubrovnik Airport are very limited, but there is one located just outside of DBV that you can use before you return your rental car if required.
Where Can I Drive To From Dubrovnik Airport?
The city of Dubrovnik is the closest city and main destination of those traveling to DBV, but there are a number of beautiful Croatian cities within driving distance. Consider taking the short trip to Cavtat, the southernmost town in Croatia. Located just 9 miles south of Dubrovnik, the seaside town is home to gorgeous beaches and palm trees. Spend the day by the water or enjoy the culture and art of the quaint area.
The island of Mljet is a little further away, but the two-hour drive north from Dubrovnik is well worth it. One side of the island is a national park covered by a lush Mediterranean forest, while the other side boasts vibrant blue water. Explore all that the island has to offer on your terms by renting a car through Skyscanner. You can drive on the island, but be aware that you will use a toll road and ferry boat to reach Mljet from Dubrovnik.