There are 145 sea berths and 15 dry berths. The marina is well-protected from all winds.
Facilities include a reception office, water and power supply, showers and toilets, a restaurant, a café/bar, a fuel station and an exchange office. The marina is equipped with a crane (10t) and a slipway. Various repairs and maintenance during the winter are possible.
In the area
Split is the largest city in Dalmatia and is an important cultural, economic, tourist and sport centre. The city has several beaches, many hotels and sport facilities. Above town, there is a hill called Marjan with pine woods, Mediterranean plants, many walking paths and three churches from the middle Ages. The town has developed around the Diocletian Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. St. Francis Church (13th century) is located near the shore. The Archaeological Museum is one of the richest in Croatia. There are also many other museums: Maritime, Ethnographical, National, etc. A music festival is held every June, and every July the Split Summer Festival is organized.
Milna is via Supetar (20 km) connected by numerous ferry lines with Split and Hvar. Split is connected by air links with all of Europe and by ferry lines with Rijeka, Dubrovnik and Venice, Rimini, Ancona, Pescara and Bari in Italy. There is also an international airport on the island.