Thanks to the unique charm of the islands, stone streets and houses, picturesque towns, squares and Mediterranean climate, the Croatian coast is extremely attractable to all visitors, especially boaters. For this reason, we have decided to single out several of our places that, besides exceptional beauty, carry the title of the safe harbors.
A medieval harbor filled with boats of local inhabitants, exceptionally high and narrow houses, a large marina located right next to the city and the green slopes that create the true lake atmosphere are the reasons why boaters from all over the world adore Cres. ACI marina Cres also has a Blue flag acknowledgment due to its perfect clean sea.
More than two thousand years ago, at the mouth of the Krka River, the Romans anchored their galleys, and today there is the perfect natural idyll of Skradin and one of the most beautiful ACI marinas on the Adriatic. It is opened during the whole year and together with Skradin's city core, creates a fairytale entirety for spending a dream vacation.
Brač is the largest island of central Dalmatia, and the bay of Milna is known as one of the safest bays for boaters. What makes it unique is a good shelter from all the winds that allows safe and peaceful stay. Here is also the only marina on the island with 20 berths on the land and 200 on the sea.
Another middle Dalmatian island and one of the ten most beautiful islands of the world - the island of Hvar. On the north side of the island is Vrboska, also known as 'Little Venice' with a marina that has been a favorite yacht charter destination for many years. Also, another marina with 40 berths is located in Old Town, and as opposed to Hvar there is Marina Palmižana with 200 berths.
At the bottom of the bay, full of sumptuous vegetation, there is Šipanska Luka - a place of unique architecture, impressive mansions and top gastronomic delicacies. Once the unavoidable destination of the Dubrovnik gentlemen, today is the favorite destination of many boaters.
The crystal clear sea and the pleasant Mediterranean climate make Trogir an unavoidable nautical destination on the Adriatic. The reconstructed shore is the perfect place for boats, but since this location is mostly reserved for big yachts in the summer months, we recommend ACI marina Trogir for all boaters with smaller yachts, which is situated right across the seafront. Also, only ten minutes walk from Trogir, on the island of Čiovo, there is a marina Trogir with 200 berths.
Only ten minutes walk from the famous Diocletian's Palace, there is a Marina in Split that has 350 berths and, among other things, accepts 'charter' tourists.
In the immediate vicinity of Split there is also Marina Kaštela, an exceptionally large and modern marina equipped for absolutely any size of boat.
Šolta is another Middle Dalmatian island located near the town of Split, and its western part is admired by many boaters. After the reconstruction of the castle and the construction of the marina, this fishing village became the tourist and nautical center of Šolta. It is characterized by lush forests and beautiful bays, and there is also a restaurant and a hotel. In front of it there is built mooring for thirty boats.
The marina in Punat, on the island of Krk, is an ideal location for total relaxation and enjoyment while knowing that you are in safe conditions. Beside from having a chance to spend your dream vacation in beautiful scenery, modern systems such as video surveillance, proactive care reports, and fire protection systems guarantee you security during your stay in the marina.
Unique architecture and perfectly harmonious landscape colors are the reasons why Komiža carries the title of the most beautiful port of the Adriatic. Just because of that natural beauty and its position at the bottom of the extremely large bay, this oldest fishing village on the Adriatic, has become a favorite nautical destination for a large number of boaters from all over the world.