Dubrovnik is a unique city with its historic walls and heritage from the time of the Dubrovnik republic. Since 1979 the town is listed on UNESCO. It’s a must city to visit.

It is located in the south of Croatia near the border with Montenegro, therefore it is the starting point for sailing to Montenegro and the beautiful bay of Boka Kotorska at the end of which is the historical town of Kotor.

You can also sail north towards the Elaphites, the islands of Mljet and Lastovo, which abound in natural beauties. Then there is the island of Korčula (with the historic town of Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo) and slightly north is Hvar island, one of the pearls of the Croatian Adriatic in terms of historical heritage, natural beauty and fun.
Marina Address: ACI MARINA DUBROVNIK – 2, Ul. at Skali, 20236, Komolac
In the marina there is a restaurant, shop, laundry and parking.
Dubrovnik Airport – 22 km
Ferry port Dubrovnik – 9 km
City of Dubrovnik – 9 km