Marina Betina lies in the village of the same name on the northern coast of the island of Murter, which also belongs to the Kornati islands. Marina Betina is an ideal starting point for sailing trips to the Kornati and Telašćica National Parks nearby.
The approach to the marina is easy once you have rounded the small islands in front of the Bay of Hramina. The long breakwater makes the mari...
na easy to recognise. In spite of this breakwater, Bora winds can cause an unpleasant swell in the harbour, and so the entry can become difficult.
Marina Betina has 190 berths all year round, all of which have water and electricity. As many berths are occupied by permanent booth holders and charter yachts, visiting boats often only have very few spaces to choose from. East of the marina is a shipyard and if you are staying at the jetties near the shipyard mole, expect some noise and dust. There are an additional 100 dry berths for yachts and boats.
The spacious sanitary facilities with clean and well-kept showers and WCs are on the floor above the charter agencies. There are 120 parking spaces behind this building.
The closest fuel station is located further west in Marina Hramina. Shopping in Betina There is not exactly a large selection of shops in Betina, but it is adequate. Marina Betina has its own food store and a small yacht chandler. There is another supermarket in the village as well as a bakery and a fruit and vegetable market.
Food and leisure in Betina The restaurant in the Marina as well as the other restaurants around the harbour basin of the municipal harbour not only offer fresh fish dishes, which the village is known for, but also other culinary delicacies and visitors can enjoy the cosy atmosphere of the cafés around there.
The narrow alleys in Betina with their delightful old houses convey a picturesque atmosphere. The red onion dome on the bell tower of the parish church of St. Francis of Assisi overlooks the roofs of the historic centre.