South Damatia

South Dalmatia

South Dalmatia - Split

With almost 200,000 inhabitants, Split is the second largest city in Croatia after Zagreb and the cultural center of Dalmatia. The historic city of Split is popularly considered the capital of Dalmatia. Split is an important port city, has numerous historical, archaeological and cultural monuments – especially the famous Diocletian’s Palace. Split’s old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to the many historical sights, Split has wonderful bays and beaches, many good restaurants, a colorful nightlife and lots of culture to offer. In summer, the city turns into a huge open-air stage with numerous concerts, theater, art and folklore performances.

Marina Split

The ACI Marina Split is located in the southwestern part of the city port of Split and is a perfect starting point for sailing in Croatia. The marina, which is open all year round, has 364 berths for sails and motor yachts on water and over 60 dry berths. All berths are equipped with electricity and water connections.

Geographical location: N 43 ° 30.1 ‘, E 16 ° 26.0’
Opening time: all year round
Berths: 364 water berths
Services / facilities: reception, exchange office, restaurant, snack bar, grocery, sanitary facilities (shower and toilet), laundry, specialty shop for nautical products, workshop, 10-ton crane (10-ton travel lift), slip system up to 35 tons, rigging mast, Car parking lot, petrol station 100 meters away in front of the Hotel Marjan, right at the entrance to the marina
Transport links:
– Airport: 20 km
– various ferry connections (with Rijeka and Dubrovnik in Croatia as well as Ancona, Pescara and Bari in Italy)
– Taxi boat service towards the old town
ACI Split, Uvala Baluni bb, 21 000 Split, Tel: +385 (0) 21/398 548 or +385 (0) 21/398 599, Fax: +385 (0) 21/398 556, email: m .split @, homepage:

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