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The ACI marina in Split is optimally located for both exploring the town to city of Split, and for enjoying the sunshine on a perfectly maintained local beach.
Even with 318 berths, the marina can be rammed in the peak season (July/August), so get here early if you don’t have a reserved space. Marina facilities are reasonable, and on Saturday nights, the bar is recommended.
Split itself is a remarkable city. The second most important in Croatia, it has been a city of strategic importance for centuries – dating back to the Roman empire.
Since then, it has been part of Venetian, Napoleonic, Greek, German and Yugoslavian control, before Croatia gained independence in the 1990’s. Each ruling party have left their own mark on the city – though it is perhaps the fabulous and outstandingly preserved Roman Palace of Diocletian which the city is most famous for.
Split is also the centre of Croatia’s music and sports scenes – a bit like Manchester in the UK – and has a thriving tourist culture.
Things to see and do
Split is choc-full of monuments and buildings of bygone times, including the magnificent Palace of Diocletian, which dates back to 239AD. This gives the town an antique feel, and makes it the perfect place to enjoy a stroll with an ice-cream during the day, or to sit in a lively bar as the sun sets.
Split is also blessed with multiple great beaches, and a coastal walk would be well worth the effort were it not for the fact that the city itself is so impressive.
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Where to Sail
Split is optimally located for exploring the nearby islands – including the picturesque Brac and the party-island of Hvar – as well as dotting up the coast to the other key marina’s of Kastela or the island old town of Trogir.
The cruising area is very popular – mainly due to the fact that there is beautiful scenery, reliable winds, and dependable sunshine - and the sheer number of yachts you will see on the horizon is mesmerising. Head to the bay on the south of Palmezana for cocktails and a party atmosphere well into the night, or the astonishing Blue Cave for some culture.
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|Address:||ACI Split, Uvala Baluni 8, 21000 Split, Croatia|
|Long / Latitude:||N 43° 30' E 16° 26'|
|Telephone:||0038 52139 8599|
|Fax:||0038 52139 8556|
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Split Marina is very easily accessible from Split airport, which is about 25km or 30 minute car drive away. Transfers can usually be arranged reasonably cheaply through the charter company, or there is a free car park at the Marina if you chose to rent a car.
There are buses that go every hour into the centre of Split from the airport, which is just a short 400m walk through the centre of the Old Town to the coast.