In a beautiful location, ACI Marina Dubrovnik is perhaps the safest marina to berth your yacht! Just 6 kilometres from the fascinating old town’s heart. The marina is a great base for exploring the nearby islands Mljet, Korčula, Lastovo, as well as the Pelješac peninsula. It provides 380 berths and 140 dry berths. It can accommodate yachts up to 60m. Its amenities meet the expectations of a marina with prestige and functionality. You can find a fuel station, a ship service station and also electricity, waste collection, crane, drinking water, ATM, residual water collection, laundry services, swimming pool, hairdresser, massage, Wi-Fi internet access, fitness gym, outdoors market and of course a restaurant and a bar. You should also note, that ACI marinas have become part of the Tesla Destination Charging global network – electric charging stations for electric cars.
Concerning your supplies, you have nothing to worry about, since many companies specialize in yacht provisioning. But if you really want to feel the sense of the Adriatic, try to contact local producers. You can find excellent local wines, meat, and sausages, cheese, fresh fruit, and vegetables. And all that will be delivered directly from the field to your yacht! An interesting experience is visiting the Gunduliceva Polana, an outdoor market in the centre of the old town, where you can find fresh fruit and seasonal vegetables.
Dubrovnik’s Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just a few minutes away and is easily accessible with a bus or the excellent transport services offered by local businesses.
There is definitely a reason why it is called the diamond of the Adriatic. Greek, Balkan, Ottoman and Venetian cultures, left their own footprints in the temples of the old city, resulting in a multitude of multicultural attractions in a small area. The feeling of the city is cosmopolitan and especially mysterious. Inside the old walls unfolds the most beautiful medieval city of Croatia. You should not miss this opportunity to wander around the marble alleys and beautiful shops. The city is waiting to be explored…The central, a long pedestrian street of the old town known as Stradum, is the starting point for every tour. It is worth taking a stroll along the city walls and admire the stream of glittering orange tiles that stretch out in front of you. Many of the sights, like the Rector’s Palace, the bustling Linen Fountain at the entrance of the old city and the Franciscan Monastery on the main street, can be visited on foot, all within a few minutes. The best option to admire the city from above is Dubrovnik Cable Car, starting from the hill directly above the city.