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Our Guide to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Marina

The main ACI Marina in Dubrovnik is 6km (which translates into a decent hour-long coastal walk or a short (and cheap) fifteen minute taxi ride) away from the stunning Dubrovnik city centre, which has an Old town which is, in its entirety, a UNESCO world heritage site, and a major tourist destination. 

The 380 berth marina was voted ‘best marina in the Adriatic’ for 2010-12 and features not just the usual restaurants, bars, and shops, but a swimming pool, football and tennis courts, a swimming pool, hairdresser and bureau de change.

Dubrovnik

It is worth visiting Dubrovnik to see the delightful walled UNESCO world heritage site old town and stunning architecture – but it is the outstanding coastline, dependable weather, impeccable hotels, long white beaches, and diving which tempt many holiday makers to the city.  

As one of the prettiest cities in the Mediterranean, Dubrovnik has long been a place to see and be seen (it became very famous with celebrities in the 1970’s, but Popes have been visiting the city for many years), and it remains the most popular place to visit in Croatia – and one of the main stops for cruise liners. 

Things to see and do

Dubrovnik is most famous for ancient stunning architecture, coupled with delightful piazza’s from which to sit and enjoy the view – and it genuinely is a joy to behold.  The city also offers some idyllic beaches which scoop top awards for crystal clear seas, despite being heavily used throughout the year.
In recent times, the city has become most famous for being the home city of ‘Game of Thrones’ – with much of the US TV series filmed here on location.  Look out for local guides who can take you to places you will recognise from the TV.

Local Events / Festivals

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Where to Sail

The Dalmatian coast in general offers an outstanding (and beautiful) playground for a sailor.  There are clear blues seas, reliable winds and dependable sunshine, and many off-shore islands to explore.  From fishing villages, coastal castles, secluded bays, and lavish marina’s, there really is something for everyone here. 

From Dubrovnik, Sipan and Kolucep make natural destinations to get away from the crowds and find your own private beach.

Your Recommended Journeys

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Marina Details

Website: www.aci-marinas.com/aci_marina/aci-dubrovnik/
Address: ACI Dubrovnik, Na skali 2, 20236 Mokošica-Komolac, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Long / Latitude: N 42° 40' E 18° 7'
Telephone: 0038 59839 8813
Fax: 0038 52045 1922
Email: m.dubrovnik@aci-club.hr
VHF: Channel 17
   
Walk-ashore berths: 380
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Facilities:

Bottled gas, Electrical supply, First aid, Fresh water, Fuel: Diesel, Fuel: Petrol, Internet café, Laundry facilities, Parking, Pub / Restaurant, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Swimming Pool, Toilets, Tennis Court, Telephone, Trolleys, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

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Getting to the Marina

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Dubrovnik's Cilipi airport is about 15 miles away from the Marina - on the other side of Dubrovnik.  The easiest way to get to the Marina is to organise a transfer in advance, which cna be arranged for around 40 euros.

For charterers on a budget, there are regular buses into Dubrovnik bus station in the Old Town, for where you can get the 1A or 1B bus to the seafront.


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