There are 630 berths for boats up to 25 m plus 150 dry berths.
Facilities include water and power supply, telephone, showers and toilets, hotel, restaurant, cafe/bar, exchange office, fuel station and boat charter. In the vicinity there are sports grounds (basketball, tennis, and bowling). Services include repairs to engine, sails and electronics. The marina is also equipped with an electric crane (50 t).
In the Area
Pula, located on the western shore of Istria near its southern tip, is the largest town in Istria. It is an important industrial, cultural and tourist centre. Pula offers many hotels, sports grounds, entertainment programs, recreational facilities, beaches, restaurants, casinos, etc. The Croatian Film Festival is held here every July, as is the Pop Music Festival “Arena” and the Istrian Regatta. The rock music festival Art & Music Festival is held in August. There is an international airport 6 km from Pula. The Roman Amphitheatre (called Arena), from the 1st and 2nd century, dominates the harbour area. With a seating capacity of 23,000, it is the sixth largest preserved amphitheatre in the world. Other sites include the Triumphal Arch of the Sergi (31BC), the 6th-century mosaics in the collapsed basilica Santa Maria Formosa, the beautiful polyptych in the church of St. Francis and the Temple of Augusts from the 1st century. There is also the Archaeological Museum of Istria.
Pula is well-connected with all Croatian cities. The airport Pula is just 5 km from the town. Distances: Trieste – 120 km, Milan – 520 km, Graz – 430 km, Vienna – 610 km, Munich – 630 km.