Nautical tourism

Nautical tourism represents one of the most attractive forms of tourism in Croatia. Since the Croatian coastline consists of numerous islands, beaches, natural resorts, ports and bays, it does attract attention of many.

The Croatian coast, one of the most developed Mediterranean coasts, with its numerous coves, beaches, bays, ports and many harbors is a paradise for boaters. The naturally heterogeneous Croatian coast allows for relaxation and accommodation in diverse settings. Along the Croatian coast, there are 718 islands, 389 cliffs and 78 reefs. Approximately 60 islands are inhabited year-round; these islands make up a surface area of 3300 km2. The average sea temperature in the winter is 10o Celsius, and the summer temperatures are from of 22 to 27o Celsius. The islands are dominated by a Mediterranean climate with warm and dry summers, and cool and moderately rainy winters. The average annual temperature of the Adriatic Sea is 17o Celsius, and with an annual average of 2,600 hours of sunshine, the Adriatic and its islands are among the sunniest regions of Europe.

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MARINA Tourist board nautical tourism general information

JAHTING SPORT AGANA d.o.o
Dr. Franje Tuđmana 5
21222 Marina
Hrvatska

Tel.: +385 21 889 411
Tel.: +385 21 889 412
Fax.: +385 21 889 010
VHF 17

WORKING HOURS:
Mon –  Sat 08:00 – 15:00
Sunday and holidays CLOSED

Marina Agana,

Dr Franje Tudmana 5,

21222, Marina, Croatia

Tel/Fax; +385 21 889 477
Email: moorings@moorings.fr
Web: http://www.moorings.com/

Working Hours

Sun – Thu 08:30 – 16:30
Fri – Sat 08:30 – 19:00

Sunsail, Marina Agana,
Dr Franje Tudmana 5
21222, Marina, Croatia

Tel/Fax; +385 21 889 477
Web: http://www.sunsail.com/

WORKING HOURS

Sun – Thu 08:30 – 16:30
Fri – Sat 08:30 – 19:00

Harbor Master’s Office Trogir
Obala bana Berislavica 19
21220 Trogir
Ante Radic, port captain
021 881 508
021 796 468
Web: http://www.croatiatravelinfo.com/