Jadran dobiva dvije nove marine. Jednu u Pirovcu, drugu u Trogiru. Projekt u Pirovcu započeo je prije osam godina te je napokon priveden kraju. Marina će biti opremljena standardnim sadržajima, kao što je svježa voda i priključci električne energije, sanitarije, parking, servis i charter agencija. Marina u Trogiru izgrađena je kao prvi korak projekta obnove starog brodogradilišta Brodotrogir koje je godinama čekalo na privatizaciju te nove investicije. Novi vlasnici brodogradilišta namjeravaju izgraditi marinu vrhunske kategorije sa suhim vezovima te vezovima u moru.
The beautiful Croatian town of Trogir attracts thousands of visitors each year because of its historic town core. Trogir also lies in the heart of the most popular sailing region in Croatia, Dalmatia, so it is an excellent starting point for sailing journeys, with its ACI Marina as a home base to many charter companies. The Marina has a lot to offer to yachtsmen, and its service has very much improved in recent years.
Marina Agana is a small, privately run marina located in the village Marina, near Trogir. Marina Agana can accommodate 130 vessels up to 25 m of length. If you arrive on Tuesday you will get a 30% discount on daily berth price for your vessel. Marina Agana offers a luxury club-like restaurant and bar.
The Croatian Adriatic will get two new marinas. One in Pirovac and the other one in Trogir. The marina in Pirovac will open its doors at the beginning of 2015 and will have the standard marina facilities. Servisni centar Trogir is built as an extension of ACI Trogir.
It is true that eating out is one of the most important components of your sailing trip. Not only because you want to eat good food and be sure that you have tried local most genuine food, but sometimes it comes from very simple reasons – because you are hungry want to rest of cooking onboard.
Croatian coast is proud of numerous exclusive restaurants offering tasteful specialties of the Mediterannean cuisine and more, including wonderful atmosphere and great winelist. Here is a list of five most exclusive restaurants on the Croatian coast, easily reachable by sailing or motor yachts.
Trogir is a small but beautiful town on the Croatian coast, north of Split. The town has a rich history, which is today witnessed by its architecture, art and culture. Its old core is protected by UNESCO.
Take a cultural tour along Croatia’s beautiful coast and see for yourself what and why UNESCO chose to include in their list. Find out more about the World Heritage Sites in Split, Dubrovnik, Trogir, Šibenik and Hvar.