The Gradina bay on Korcula is a popular destination for many crews. The bay is quite shallow; the water is already pleasant for swimming even in the off-season and beautifully clear. Good protection except for westerly winds. The buoys are operated by the port authorities and can be used by guests of the restaurant Siloko. The restaurant serves typical Dalmatian dishes such as fresh fish, lamb or Peka. From the terrace you can enjoy magnificent views over the bay.
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Buoys are managed by the port authority (200 Kuna fee). There is evidently no guarantee for the reservation of a buoy by the restaurant/MySea, the buoys are mostly full after 4 pm.
Food and service are great, price is good and reasonable.
Buoys are managed by the port authority - 200kn for a 9mtr boat. (they do not take rubbish and were very rude) Bay is quiet and water clean, great for swimming. Mostly smaller yachts and boats, all buoys were full by 4pm.
The buoys seem no longer tied to the restaurant, the port authority came for the payment (150 kuna). Also possible to anchor. The view was stunning and the bay was a little less busy than other places in high season, maybe due to shallow waters and increasingly large ships who don't dare to go here. For us (1.90m deep) it was deep enough, even the buoy closest to the restaurant.