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45°19.10′ N – 13°31.31′ E

The marina is open from March to December. It is located southeast of Novigrad harbor and surrounded by old houses.

The capacity of the marina is: small craft (6-12 m) 86 sea-berths plus about 30 at the pier. The marina is protected from all winds and sea.

Facilities include a reception office, restaurants (Mandrac, Sidro), hotel, self-service supermarket, telephone, showers and toilets, water and electricity hook-ups and fuel. Services include small repairs, crane (10 t), slipway for small craft and lift (39 t)

Half way between Porec and Umag, Novigrad possesses a unique old world town charm and a contemporary modern day ambience centred around a new marina whose 5 star facilities hope to put it on the sailing map.

In Novigrad (Croatia), you will find this marina. It is a marina with medium capacity for medium size boats, taking into account the number and size of its moorings (max. length: 40.00 – max. draught: 4.00). It includes a complete range of services available to its customers. For those who would like to carry out maintenance work or need to repair their boat, the marina Nautica Novigrad Marina has a travelift for boats up to 80 tons. The basic needs of its customers will be well met, because it has water, electricity and gas station.. The marina also has nautical services available.

Even though the main access routes are by road or by sea, there is also an airport less than 100 km away from the marina.

The Istrian peninsula is crammed with picturesque walled old towns on the sea but few are as fetching as Novigrad. The core of the old town lies on a limestone peninsula that was once an island. Medieval walls topped with restored crenellated towers run along the port and the historic core is replete with 15th to 18th-century houses and palaces.

A sightseeing highlight of Novigrad is the baroque Rigo Palace with a beautifully sculpted facade. The tip of the island is devoted to a park shaded with parasol pines and there’s a lungomare–seaside promenade–that runs along the coast to the Novigrad marina, one of the most sheltered in the Adriatic. There are “beaches” in Novigrad but don’t expect sand; they’re concrete!