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The town is in Croatia, in the county of Split-Dalmatia. It can be found at the western end of Marina Bay, 12 kilometres from Trogir. Thanks to its favourable location, it is a perfect starting point when exploring Ciovo and Drvenik Veli islands nearby.
St. Jacob Cave near Marina gave shelter to people in prehistoric times. Illyrian and Greek settlers used to live in the village in the ancient times, and the Romans conquered the territory in the 4th century B.C. Croatians’ ancestors arrived in Marina in the 7th century. The danger of Turkish attacks was higher by the second half of the 15th century, so the bishop of Trogir had a tower built-in 1495. The population settled around it, that is how the settlement was established and named after St. Marina. Through its history, the town belonged to the Republic of Venice, then the Habsburg Empire and it was under French rule in 1813. After the fall of Napoleon, the Habsburg Empire ruled again, until the end of World War I.
Marina became a town in 1823 during the time of Austrian rule because the territories called Drvenik, Sevid and Račice were connected. It belonged to Trogir in 1866 and became part of the Kingdom of Italy after World War I; later it belonged to the Serbian-Croatian-Slovenian Kingdom and then Yugoslavia. Locals’ main profession was always fishing and agriculture. The town is located on the excellent ground, that is why its surroundings are full of fruit plantations. Beside the latter, growing olive and tourism also play a crucial role in their lives.
The Middle Dalmatian resort has a pleasant Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperature is 19.4°C at its highest and 16°C at its lowest. Most of the precipitation comes in November. We recommend that you visit Marina anytime between May and October.
The main sights to see in Marina
You must definitely visit St. Jacob Cave where valuable archaeological findings have been found. Would you like to see the town’s main sights? The Church of St. Jacob near the tower of Marina, the Church of St. John the Baptist and the Church of St. Marina are also worth paying a visit.
Are you looking for a delicious meal? Restaurant Konoba Kod Duje would be a great choice; here you must try the delicious pizzas and grilled fish. We also recommend Konoba Marina, offering not only excellent food but quality wines, caring staff and a view of the sea.
Beaches around Marina
The popular beach is in Pralisce Bay, north of the port, which has a Blue Flag certificate. We particularly recommend it to families with children. The beach is 500 metres long, covered with tiny pebbles.
Okrug Gornji Beach
Okrug Gornji, located on the eastern side of the nearby Ciovo Island, is the most popular beach in Trogir Riviera, also called Copacabana. The pebbly beach has a remarkable size: it is more than 2 kilometres long. It is well-equipped and you can also find a watersport center here called MAX.
Marina boat rental
Marina is a perfect starting point to explore Middle Dalmatia’s other towns. You can see the nearby ports here, famous for their excellent service.
Port of Marina
There are 134 permanent berths for boats with a maximum length of 25 metres. The sea is 7 metres deep at the entrance. The port offers several good-quality services, and there is a bar and a restaurant. Information about sailing in Vis, or Vis boat rental
Port of Trogir
This significant port offers 256 permanent berths for ships up to 70 metres long. The depth of the water is 20 metres. They provide several services such as laundry, fuel and maintenance. They also have drinking water, electricity and free Wi-Fi. Yachtcharter in Trogir
Port of Split
The ACI Marina Split is a port with 348 berths for boats up to 90 metres in length. A breakwater protects it from strong waves and southern winds. The depth of the seabed is 8 metres. The port has a restaurant, a bar, a laundry, and a refuelling station.
There are restaurants, bars, laundries and fuelling station. Information about sailing in Split, or rent a boat in Split
Port of Omiš
Omiš is a small Central Dalmatian town at the mouth of Cetina River. It is surrounded by massive gorges. The depth of the seabed is 4 metres. The Bóra winds, coming from every direction, and the southern winds cause strong waves in the area.
Port of Podstrana
The Marina Lav is part of the Le Meridian Lav hotel complex. It can accommodate 74 boats up to 40 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 2-2,8 metres. There are drinking water, electricity and 24-hour security.
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Port of Supetar
Supetar’s outer port is reserved for ferries and commercial vessels. In contrast, mostly smaller boats and yachts use the inner basin. The depth of the seabed at the entrance is 6 metres, 5 metres in the outer basin, and 3-4 metres in the inner basin. Rent a boat in Supetar
Marina Baška Voda
The Marina Baška Voda can accommodate up to 180 boats up to 23 metres in length. 60 berths are preserved for guests only. The maximum depth of the seabed is 4 metres. The port has drinking water, electricity and a restaurant. You can even get medical help if needed. Information about sailing in Baška Voda,or rent a boat in Baška Voda
The Marina Ramova is located in Krvavica, a town that administratively belongs to Baška Voda. It has 195 berths for boats up to 16 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 3 metres. The restaurant can accommodate up to 150 guests at once.
The Makarska Harbour has a 225 metres long breakwater that provides excellent protection against winds and waves. The maximum depth of the seabed is 4,8 metres. The harbour offers quality services, and there is even a refuelling station. Information about sailing in Makarska,or rent a boat in Makarska
The port of Tučepi has 200 berths for 50 yachts and 150 smaller boats. It can accommodate boats up to 20 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 6 metres. The port is protected from the wind by a breakwater. There is a Tourist Information Centre at the port, and there are many restaurants and cafés nearby.
This port is located southeast of Makarska, and it is open to visitors throughout the year. It can accommodate 220 boats up to 20 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 3 metres. There are drinking water, electricity and a crane. Information about sailing in Podgora,or rent a boat in Podgora
If you sail around Marina, do not miss the other breathtaking resorts in the area either. Trogir, Split, Podstrana, Supetar, Sutivan, Rogač and Drvenik Veli Island are also ideal destinations. Find yacht routes in Dalmatia or choose another yacht charter in Dalmatia.
The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Marina. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.
The wind rose for Marina shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Marina shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.
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Day 1. Marina – Trogir (ACI Marina) 10,98 km (6,82 mi), Day 2. Trogir (ACI Marina) – Split (ACI Marina) 25,90 km (16,09 mi), Day 3. Split (ACI Marina) – Podstrana (Marina Lav) 9,39 km (5,84 mi), Day 4. Podstrana (Marina Lav) – Supetar (Brač-island) 12,09 km (7,51 mi), Day 5. Supetar (Brač-island) – Sutivan (Brač-island) 6,30 km (3,91 mi), Day 6. Sutivan (Brač-island) – Rogač (Šolta-island) 15,38 km (9,56 mi), Day 7. Rogač (Šolta-island) – Drvenik Veli-island – Marina 32,24 km (20,03 mi).
Day 1. Marina – Drvenik Veli-island 13,89 km (8,63 mi), Day 2. Drvenik Veli-island – Komiža (Vis-island) 51,27 km (31,86 mi), Day 3. Komiža (Vis-island) – Vela Luka (Korčula-island) 57,84 km (35,94 mi), Day 4. Vela Luka (Korčula-island) – Hvar (Hvar-island) 34,03 km (21,15 mi), Day 5. Hvar (Hvar-island) – Stari Grad (Hvar-island) 25,40 km (15,78 mi), Day 6. Stari Grad (Hvar-island) – Supetar (Brač-island) 40,42 km (25,11 mi), Day 7. Supetar (Brač-island) – Trogir (ACI Marina) – Marina 52,90 km (32,87 mi).
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