The small village of Marina lies in an inlet situated 14km away from Trogir and Rogoznica, on the Croatian Dalmatian coast. Well located in the central part of Dalmatia, the marina here, Agana Marina is a starting point for exploring the lively Brac, Hvar and Vis islands and islets. With access to over 1,000 islands scattered along the Dalmatian Coast, it is an ideal area for cruising, great for a first taste of sailing and varied enough for the more experienced to keep coming back.
Marina has a lovely sandy beach shaded by olive and pine trees and an intriguing blend of ancient and modern structures, particularly a well-preserved tower from the 15th century. Yachting, diving and fishing are popular activities and the locals are still involved in the fishing industry.
Marina is very close to the Adriatic coastal road and highway that runs between Split and Zagreb. Split International Airport is just 10 km away. There are bus and train stations, as well as ferry ports in Split.
Sailing is easy and navigation simple as, similar to the rest of the Adriatic, winds are friendly with Force 2-5 being the norm. Sometimes the Bora or Sirocco can be a little stronger. Detailed weather forecasts are available at most marinas. The whole area offers a first-rate sailing experience.