There are eight airports across Croatia that can be reached by direct flights from the UK, and with flights leaving from destinations all across the country it's pretty easy to get your holiday to Croatia started. There are plenty of airlines that cover the routes, with flights to Pula and Dubrovnik generally the cheapest. To get the best deals, book in advance and be flexible on your departure date and airport. Alternatively, think about land travel, as there are some connections via the Eurostar. You can even get to some of the islands on the Dalmatian coast from Venice by ferry so you could combine the culture in Venice with a relaxing island break!
There are shuttle bus services that run on a fairly regular basis from the major airports into the nearby towns but waiting times can be long if you arrive at the weekend and timetables are quite difficult to get hold of. Private transfers by bus can be organised for both big and small groups, or check if your resort or hotel organise transfers of their own. Taxis are easy to get hold of and are pretty honest, but prices are quite high so if you're on a budget you might want to consider waiting for the local bus! Hiring a car in Croatia for your trip will mean that you can get to your accommodation nice and quickly.
Croatia has an excellent bus network covering most of the country, and the prices are very reasonable so this is a great way of keeping to your holiday budget and seeing a little more of the country. Trains also run as far as Split and services are fast and regular, with connections to other European countries as well. In the Dalmatians, ferry travel is very popular, although out of season it can be difficult to get to any of the smaller islands. Car hire is also possible and there are even some car ferries so that you can take your new rental vehicle exploring on some of the smaller islands. Hitch-hiking is also relatively safe in Croatia compared to most destinations but if you do decide to try it out make sure you stay safe and don't go by yourself.