Istria is well-known among tourists as an unexplored jewel of the Croatian coast. It boasts numerous bays with crystal blue Adriatic sea, charming towns with stone houses where you can dive through the narrow alleys, beautiful Mediterranean nature, enchanting tradition and authentic experiences. You will surely not make any mistakes of the chosen personal desires for one of your destinations. ACI Marine can be found along Istria - ACI Umag, ACI Pula, ACI Rovinj and ACI Pomer.
The city of Umag is the first nautical entry into Croatia, and it is 40 km from Trieste. The marina is open all year, has a capacity of 475 berths, 40 dry berths and accepts vessels up to 40m long.
Rovinj is a picturesque town where it is impossible not to fall in love. In its unique history, architecture and gastronomic offer. ACI marina Rovinj has been completely reconstructed and its opening its doors in 2019. It has 192 berths for vessels of an average length of 18 meters. Marina in Rovinj is longing to make its offer become the most modern nautical marina that is open all year round.
Pula is the largest Istrian town which is most famous for the Amphitheater in Pula, popularly known as the Arena Amphitheater. Arena dates back to the time of the Roman Empire. ACI Marina Pula is open all year round. It is few steps away from the Arena and tourist attractions that are ideal for your vacation. It contains 192 berths and it accepts megayachts for lengths up to 40 meters, and the daily berth accepts megayachts for lengths up to 55 meters.
Pomer is situated t the southern tip of Istria, in the deepest part of the Medulin Bay. Pomer is the starting point for many cruises to the Adriatic, but with its position it provides an ideal station in the tiny bay within the tame Mediterranean. Theis Istrian marina is open all year round, has 294 berths in the sea, 30 dry berths for placing boats on the mainland.
We recommend that during your stay on the Istrian coast you do not forget locations such as Brijuni National Park, which many Hollywood stars considered as their peaceful shelter, inland towns such as Motovun, Višnjan and Grožnjan, and the islands of Susak and Unije.