Marina Tribunj is located in a small fishing village of the same name, not far from Vodice, on the North Dalmatian coast. It is in a sheltered bay and is one of the best well-kept marinas in Croatia. It is an ideal starting point for sailing trips to the national parks of Kornati and Krka, which are both near the marina. Admission tickets for Krka National Park can also be bought from the receptio...
n at the yacht harbour. Marina Tribunj is open all year round, The entry is not difficult and the two large breakwaters make it easy to recognise. Ships with a larger draught should, however, take the approach between the islands of Lukovnik and Logorun as the draught there is 5 m. The Marina has 240 berths and 150 dry berths, and offers all the comforts you would expect of a modern marina. The sanitary facilities are located in a separate building and have a spacious washroom with showers and WCs, which are cleaned several times a day and are, therefore, clean and well-kept. The fuel station is located right next to the sanitary facilities and only sells diesel. There are plenty of parking spaces in the entire complex.
Shopping in Tribunj Tribunj offers excellent shopping amenities. Not only is there a supermarket with a good range of products and several small food stores, there is also a village bakery and another bakery offering bread and baked goods. The butcher's shop, which is only open in the mornings, sells fresh meat. You can buy fresh fruit and vegetables in the daily market on the street leading to the historic centre on the island. Food and leisure in Tribunj The restaurant at the marina serves very good food and guests can enjoy glorious views of the sea and the historic centre of Tribunj from its terrace. As a special service, meals can also be ordered on board. Many restaurants and konobas have opened in town, offering excellent food. However, most restaurants are only open in high season. After dinner take a stroll through the picturesque historic centre or on the waterfront along the marina. It is also worth visiting the small church of St Nikola located on a hill above the town where you will be rewarded by glorious views of the the town and breathtaking sunsets.
Marina nicht mehr zu empfehlen.
Gehörte früher für uns zu einer der besten Marinas (Top Sanitäranlagen) ... inzwischen bekommt man als Tagesgast nur noch außerhalb der Marina Plätze (innen nur Privatboote).
Sehr schlechter Schutz (mussten dass zwei Tage bei Schlechtwetter mitmachen und sind dann trotz Schlechtwetter nach Vodice ausgewichen).
Für eine Marina sind die Plätze absolut nicht OK ... Preise auch viel zu hoch ... wird von unserer Liste gestrichen.
Sanitäranlagen der Marina offensichtlich ziemlich neu. Jede Dusche hat einen eigenen Vorraum, welcher von der eigentlichen Dusche durch eine Schiebetüre getrennt ist. Auch alles sehr sauber, einfach vorbildlich !!!!
Der alte Ortskern liegt auf einer kleinen Insel, welche über eine Brücke erreichbar ist. Einige wirklich nette Lokale.
Empfehlenswert ist der Auftsieg zur Kirche, die auf der Spitze eines Hügles steht, und einen wunderbaren Ausblick bietet. Gehzeit ca. 15 min (langsam).