There are 180 berths for yachts up to 18 meters. The marina is well-protected from winds.
Facilities include a reception office, water and power supply, showers and toilets, telephones, a hotel, a restaurant, café/bar, shops, parking, an exchange office and a fuel station. The marina is equipped with a hoist (10t) and a slipway.
In the area
Trogir is an important tourist and cultural-historical centre of central Dalmatia. It is linked by a drawbridge with the island Ciovo. Trogir was a former Greek colony, Roman harbour, and town of Croatian-Hungarian Kings. Sights are numerous: town wall, the Kamerlengo Castle, St. Lovro Cathedral with portal by Radovan (13th century), Ivan Ursini Chapel, the Benedictine Convent, the City Loggia with Clock Tower, etc. The Summer Festival is organized annually.
Split Airport is just 5 km away from Trogir and connects this kapela Ivan Ursinija area to all major European cities. During the season, ferry lines connect Trogir with Split, Rijeka and Dubrovnik and with Ancona and Pescara in Italy.