Northern Dalmatia (Zadar, Šibenik, Kornati)
The largest city in northern Dalmatia is Zadar. It is also the capital city of Zadar. Here you can see among the projected nature of Kornati, also the craggy islands of Dalmatia. As in the rest of Dalmatia, fishing is also an important industry in the north, as well as agriculture. In many restaurants fish, olives and wine are offered, so you can indulge yourself. On this coast you can find many sandy beaches and for divers a stay here will be unique. In North Dalmatia are even 4 national parks: NP Kornati, Paklenica, Krka and NP Northern Velebit.
ACI marina Jezera on the Island of Murter lies in the southern part of Jezera Bay and is protected by a breakwater on the eastern side. The Marina is open all year round.
ACI marina Vodice is located in the town of Vodice, in the north-eastern part of city harbor (Vrulje cove) and is protected by two breakwaters. The Marina is open all year round.
Marina Dalmacija Sukošan
Marina is situated in the very center of the Adriatic coast. This Marina is one of the most beautiful marinas in the Meditarrenian and one of the most beautiful natural sailing areas on the Adriatic cost.
Marina Mandalina Šibenik
Marina Mandalina is located in the city of Sibenik on the beautiful Dalmatian coast of Croatia.
Marina Hramina Murter
Marina Hramina is situated in the naturally protected bay of Hramina, and it is designed to meet the needs and wants of even the most demanding boaters.
Marina Betina Murter
Marina Betina is situated in Betina, a small picturesque place on the island of Murter in Šibensko-kninska county.
With the total sea area (maritime zone) of 91 912 m2 and the land area of 39 688 m2, today's marina Kornati is certainly one of the largest nautical harbors in the Zadar County
Olive Island Marina
The marina berths are equipped with the most modern facilities including water and electricity. The marina is open the whole year and provides a wide range of services