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The town of Zadar is located approx. 10 km north of the international airport of the same name and has its two own motorway exits. The archipelago of Zadar and the proximity to the Kornati make the town an ideal starting point for sailing trips to one of the most beautiful areas in the northern Adriatic Sea.
Marina Borik lies approx. 4 km north-west of the centre of Zadar and is a part of H...
otel Club Funimation Borik. The approach is from the south-west and is possible all year round. The red light signal at the head of the breakwater also enables entry at night. The two breakwaters shelter the yacht harbour from all winds perfectly.
Marina Borik was rebuilt recently and now offers 185 berths. Two yachts each share a box with finger pontoons and all berths have water and power. 50 additional dry berths have been added along the southern quay wall.
Somewhat annoying is the way to the sanitary facilities, which are located on the other side of the road. Showers and toilets are in separate rooms.
The closest fuel station is located in Marina Zadar.
Shopping in Zadar Very close to Marina Borik, there is a well-stocked supermarket and a small kiosk. More shopping amenities for larger provisions are available in Zadar. A bus runs regularly to the centre of the historic centre from the marina. In and around this area, there are several supermarkets, bakeries and butcher's shops. Next to the south harbour gate, there is a daily fruit and veg market as well as a fish market in the mornings.
Food and leisure in Zadar There is a restaurant directly on the yacht harbour. The historic centre of Zadar has numerous restaurants, cafés and Konobas (Istrian taverns) in all price ranges. Visitors enjoy spending time in the historic centre, which is practically a large open air museum and is regarded as one of the highlights of the region as well as at the beautiful waterfront promenade.
The Sea Organ at the harbour, built in 2005 by the architect Nikola Bašić, is especially worth a visit. The movement of the waves creates various sounds. The light installation “Greeting to the Sun” by the same architect was added to the organ in 2008. A 22 m large circle of 300 plates of glass you can walk on capture the sunlight and produce colourful shows of light.
The beach in Borik has been awarded a Blue Flag and you can practice many sports in and at the tourquoise-coloured sea. A large choice of hiking and bicycle routes have also been created around Zadar.
Number of berths:185
Type of berthing:
Depth:1.5 - 4.5 m
Max length:40 m
Berthing assistance: Yes
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07:30 - 20:00
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08:00 - 15:00
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