Here you will find romantic bays, an evergreen nature and old villages situated in the inner part of the island with small alleys and old stone houses. The sea around the island offers ideal conditions for divers, anglers and sailors. You will certainly enjoy the regional wine, the famous honey, liquor and other specialties. The bay in which Maslinica is located is also suitable for a longer stay as it is protected from all winds. Small boats can dock along the pier, while the northern part of the pier is reserved for ferries. A good anchorage is also located south of the harbour in the Šešula bay, which is also sheltered from all winds.
Komiža, on the island of Vis, is a typical Mediterranean town with small streets and alleys, dense buildings around the port and a multitude of beaches.
The mild climate makes Komiza an ideal holiday resort even during the winter months. The city harbour has 30 berths. There is also a gas station in the port. We recommend a visit to the Blue Grotto Modra Spilja, located on the island of Bisevo, five nautical miles from Komiza.
The city of Vis is located on the northeastern side of the island of Vis. It is situated in the southwestern part of the large bay Uvala Svetog Jurja and the offshore island of Host and the peninsula of Prirovo are particularly well protected from the open sea. Within the bay there are smaller anchorages at Kut and Stonac. Beautiful beaches can be found in eastern direction at the lighthouse Stončica.
The small town of Vela Luka is located on the western side of the island of Korcual, at the end of a wide bay. The harbour is well protected from all winds. Only strong westerly winds can cause smaller waves. The boats can moor at the jetty. Only a small part of the jetty is reserved exclusively for local ferries. The bay also offers the possibility to anchor east of the islet Ošjaka, in the bay Gradina and Bobovišće.
Pasadur is located on the west side of Lastovo, the island in southern Dalmatia furthest from the mainland, and connects it with the small island of Prezba. On both sides of the bridge there are private houses and the only hotel Solitudo, a diving club and some restaurants. In front of the hotel are the only piers for yachts.
On the area of today’s Pomena, excavations have revealed the remains of a Roman villa, which makes it clear that this small bay, protected by four small islands, was already inhabited in antiquity. It probably served as a small harbour for boats on their way to Korcula. Even today the port of Mljet is still the nearest port to Korcula. The bay is protected from all winds and suitable for a longer stay. Larger boats can anchor south of the rock cliff Stijena and the island Pomestak. Smaller boats can also anchor in the southern part of the bay (depth 20-30 metres). The jetties are located not far from the hotel and in the middle of the bay there is a buoy field.
Polace is a town on the island of Mljet, located on the north-western side of the island in the bay of the same name, surrounded by four small islands. This fact makes Polace one of the most naturally protected ports in the Adriatic. The largest port is the main port of the Mljet National Park. Anchorages for large boats are located northeast of the palace ruins near the village (depth 22 meters) and west of the island of Tajnik (depth approx. 35 meters) or west and southwest of the island of Kobrava (depth 43 meters). For smaller boats there is a good anchorage in the western part of the bay Rogač.
Lumbarda is a small town on the eastern side of the island of Korcula. Interesting are the sandy beaches, which are a rarity in the Adriatic. In Lumbarda there is a Marina. Anchorages are located in the bays of Bufalo and Tatijana. Bufalo Bay is exposed to waves from Jugo, while Tatinja Bay is exposed to winds from the northeast.
Palmizana Bay is located on the north side of the island of Sveti Klement and is about two nautical miles from the town of Hvar. In the bay there is a marina with 190 berths, which is only open during the summer months. On the south side of the same island there is a beautiful bay where you can anchor.
Stari Grad is located in the northern bay of the island of Hvar. During a Buras boats can be safely docked in the bay Zavala and Tiha. During a Jugo we recommend Gračište, Sv Ante and Maslinica. Take the opportunity for a walk in the picturesque streets of this beautiful city.
Vrboska is characterized by the two parts of Pjaca (eastern and western part). The typical Mediterranean architecture is inviting, with small houses on both sides of the canal, which are connected to the houses of the old town and were built during the Renaissance in Gothic and Baroque style. The old churches on one side of the canal and the villas on the other give this place a special charm. Although Bura and Jugo can be felt inside the bay, the boats are protected. Strong Jugo causes strong waves (in exceptional situations waves up to two meters high) which hit the harbour at high speed. The anchorage is located in the outer part of the port in the north of the bay. During the Bura it is recommended to dock in the harbour.
Milna is the largest town on the western coast of the island of Brac. The bay where Milna is located is divided into two arms: Žalo and Pantera. Today there is a marina with 200 berths, equipped with modern facilities which offers a safe berth and service to sailors from all over the world.