Marina Agana Yacht Charter Information
Agana Marina is located in Marina, a little mid Dalmatian seaside village which lies on the Bay of Marina which forms part of the Split-Dalmatia County in
Croatia. The village of Marina is nestled in the western end of the bay of Zaljev Marina and at about 7km from Trogir
Formerly a typical village of fishermen and farmers, the village of Marina has drastically changed with the construction of its marina, called Agana Marina, which has contributed to make it a renowned yacht charter destination and also a major tourist resort in the area.
Agana Marina is located on the opposite side of the bay from the old village of Marina and inside the curve of the Adriatic Highway. It can accommodate up to 134 berths on the sea and 70 dry berths for yachts having a maximum length of 25 m long.
The small visiting yachts can dock within the small harbor which is protected from all winds, while the larger yachts may dock at the end of the bay which lies to the southeast of the Chapel and to the South of the Plokata hill.
Agana Marina is also within easy distance to Trogir ACI Marina, Kastela Marina
, Frapa Marina in Rogoznica
and Kremik Marina in Primosten
. The location of Agana Marina along the well-sheltered bay of Marina contributes to make it a popular spot among the navigation experts.
Near the marina, you will find beautiful sandy and pebbly beaches with all the necessary beach contents to make your holidays in the area unforgettable. You will also have the opportunity to explore the Marina Riviera which comprises of some interesting places worth visiting like Vinisce and Poljica.
During your visit in the village of Marina, you will have the opportunity to explore the quadrangular tower which lies on an islet in the bay. The Church of St John is also worth visiting, it is made from Gothic and Renaissance elements. In the field close to the village and you will find another Gothic church called the Church of St Luke.
You can also visit the many beaches in the area which are beautifully lined with olive and pine trees; and in the restaurants nearby, you can taste the ancient Dalmatian wine cellars, some quality local wines, fresh fish and various specialties of the area.
You can also sail towards the nearby towns of Trogir and Split
to enjoy most of the entertainments and cultural programs of the region.