43°56.20′ N – 15°26.70′ E
Marina Šangulin is situated in the center of croatian Adriatic coast, between Zadar and Split, in Biograd n/M (43°56’N , 15°27E) in the natural bay of the peninsula of the city itself, protected from all winds. If you want to feel like at home, you will arrive at the right place!
Marina Šangulin offers 200 secure berths at the very entrance to the Kornati National Park. Every berth has electricity and water connection.
There are restaurants, supermarkets, post, petrol station, pharmacy, harbour-master’s office very close to the marina. Marina enables boat service and charter.
Marina is opened the whole year.
We would like to introduce ourselves as a leading company in the field of tourism, in the region of Dalmatia-Croatia.
We are situated in Biograd, a small town in the middle of the Adriatic coast of Croatia, between Zadar and Split. The town of Biograd is a famous tourist center. It is an ideal starting point for trips and excursions to the following national parks:Kornati islands, Plitvice lakes, Krka waterfalls, mountain Paklenica.
Our Group has been dealing with tourism more than 30 years.
We have following activities within our company:
We are flexible on the length and timing of your holidays, and are happy to provide accommodation for you on the sailing boats or mobile homes in Camping Village Biograd which is situated in the homonymous town.
Our friendly staff is first-rate and willing to meet any needs or concerns that you have in order to make your travel unforgettable.
We take great pleasure in the work we do and our goal is that each client leaves satisfied and leaves as a friend whom we would like to see again and who feels comfortable recommending Šangulin to his friends.
The marina is open year round. It is located north of the ferry pier in the southern part of the town harbor; Marina Kornati is located in the northern part of the harbor.
There are berths for 150 boats. The breakwaters protect the marina from winds but north-westerlies can produce swells in the marina.
Facilities include electricity and water hook ups, showers, parking and fuel just outside the marina.
In the Area:
Biograd na Moru dates from the 10th century and has developed into a tourist destination, characterized by beautiful beaches and picturesque bays, in the last fifty years. Biograd has important historical interest as in the 11th century, it was the seat of the Croatian king. Then in 1125 Venetians destroyed Biograd but were not able to gain control for nearly three-hundred years. And finally in 1646 Biograd was again destroyed; this time by the Turks. There are three national parks in the vicinity: Paklenica, Kornati Archipelago and Krka, Telascica Nature Park is also not far.