Croatia

Once a part of the great Venetian Republic, today Croatia still retains the Italian chic and the spirit of the sea-faring traders from the lagoons of Venice. Home of the firs Slavic poets and playwrights, a starting point of the routes towards the beautiful Dalmatian shoreline, Croatia will surprise you with quiet ports and excellently preserved Renaissance culture.

Marina Mandalina

Marina Mandalina

Marina Mandalina is located in the city of Šibenik. The harbour is known as one of the safest mooring sites thanks to its location.

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Marina Kremik

Marina Kremik

“Marina Kremik” is located not far away from the well-known tourist town of Primoshten, almost at the centre of the Adriatic Sea and is open for the sea-farers since 1983. All sea lovers will definitely discover “Marina Kremik” as one of their favourite harbours.

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is often called “the Pearl of the Adriatic”, and George Bernard Shaw describes it with the words: “Those who search for paradise on earth should come and see Dubrovnik”. The marble streets of the city, the baroque buildings and the boundless glimmering of the Adriatic Sea make you hold your breath. And the view is even more stunning when you drop anchor in one of those charming bays, in which time seems to have stopped.

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