43°19.60′ N – 16°27.00′ E
ACI marina Milna lies in the southeastern part of Milna Bay, on the west coastline of the island of Brač and is open all year round.
The marina has 189 berths and 15 boat places on land. All berths have connections for water and power supply.
Reception desk with an exchange office, a restaurant, a café, food and grocery shop, hairdresser and pedicure, rent-a-scooter, diving services, toilet facilities and toilet facilities for the disabled, a 8 t capacity crane and a yacht wash-up waste water treatment plant. The Marina also has a WLAN Internet system. The nearest petrol station is located just before the entrance of Milna port.
Facing the Marina, right in the village, there are several food and grocery stores.
The ACI Marina Milna is connected with Split, the regional centre, by direct catamaran line and a ferry line to Supetar which is 20 km away. You can also reach it by plane, via international airport Split as well as the Brač international airport.
The town of Milna is situated at the end of the long Milna Bay on the western coast of the island of Brač. As a way point when approaching, the green lighthouse (Fl G 3s 14m 4M) on the Mrdulja Islet, 2.5 NM west of Milna can be used. The longitude and latitude of the lighthouse are 43°20,3’ N 16°24,9’ E and it can be rounded from either side. After passing Mrdulja Islet and before approaching Milna, the course leads along Cape Bijaka which is marked by a red lighthouse (Fl R 3s 8m 3M). The bell tower of the church at the end of the bay leads us to the entrance of ACI marina Milna. At the town pier at the marina entrance on the left side there is another red lighthouse (Fl (2) R 5s 7m 4M).
Note: Official navigational charts recommended (Official Navigational Charts – publisher HHI Split): 100-22, 100-26, MK-16 and MK-18.
In the Area:
Church Gospa od Blagovijesti (1783) is well-known with its rich treasures. Other places to visit on the island of Brac include Bol with its famous “Zlatni rat”, Pucisca, Supetar and Postira.