The marina is open all year round. It is located opposite in the centre of the town Milna, on the south-eastern side of its bay.
Chartering a Yacht in ACI Marina Milna
Area around ACI marina Zenta boasts an expansive selection of yacht charters including sailing yachts, catamarans, and motor yachts, designed to meet the preferences of both seasoned sailors and sailing novices. With a charter from our fleet, you gain the freedom to traverse the Adriatic at your leisure, dropping anchor in secluded bays or mooring in historic towns as your heart desires. The charter process is streamlined for your convenience, and our experienced marina staff is always available to assist you in choosing the yacht that aligns perfectly with your sailing needs.
Mooring and berths at ACI Marina Milna
With 157 sea berths and 15 dry berths, ACI Marina Milna is well-equipped to welcome vessels up to 35m in length. Each berth is fully equipped with water and electricity connections to ensure a comfortable and convenient stay. The marina's competent staff and round-the-clock security provide a safe and secure environment for your vessel.
For the information about prices, please visit the offical marina website.
Facilities and Services at ACI Marina Milna
The marina is home to a range of top-tier facilities and services, including a reception desk, exchange office, ATM, grocery store and caffe bar. For your dining needs, the on-site restaurant offers a selection of local and international dishes. Water and power supply are also available on sight. The marina has modern sanitary facilities with showers and toilets.
Additional amenities include a nautical gear store and a repair shop.The marina is equipped with a crane (10t) and a slipway. Various repairs and maintenance are possible during the winter.
Nearby Attractions and Activities
The charm of ACI Marina Milna extends beyond its top-notch facilities. Just a short distance away, the old town of Milna awaits with its stunning Baroque buildings and crystal-clear sea. Don't miss the chance to visit the famous Zlatni Rat, a white pebble beach renowned for its beauty. Whether you prefer cultural sightseeing or nature walks, you'll find plenty to see and do on the island of Brač.
Short sail away from Brač is Split, the largest city in Dalmatia and 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.