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How to reach us - Marina Kornati Biograd n/m
Marina Kornati in Biograd n/m is located in the central part of the Croatian coast. In the region between Zadar and Šibenik. Biograd na Moru offers you the idyllic peace, but on the other hand, due to the proximity of Trogir, a rich cultural, entertainment and gastronomic offer.
The vicinity of the airport and the exit to the highway make the location of Marina Kornati extremely accessible, and facilities within and outside of the marina make it an ideal choice for all your nautical needs.
Road distances from Biograd na Moru to some major Croatian cities:
- Split 140 km
- Dubrovnik 330 km
- Zadar 30 km
- Rijeka 310 km
- Zagreb 310km
Road distances from Biograd na Moru to some major European cities:
- Trieste 330 km
- Graz 550 km
- Vienna 750 km
- Munich 760 km
- Prague 940 km
- Rome 1000 km
- Warsaw 1300 km
- Berlin 1300 km
- Amsterdam 1600 km
- Paris 1730 km
You can reach Biograd na Moru by car in two different ways:
1. Motorway Dalmatina A1
After Zagreb, just follow the signs and the way to Split. Follow this route during the trip
Zagreb – Karlovac – Bosiljevo – Gospić – Zadar - Debeljak - Zrilići- Sveti Filip i Jakov - Biograd na Moru
About 30 km before you reach destionation, you will see the motorway exit “Zadar 2” and 10 km after it exit "Biograd na Moru, Sukošan, Galovac", take those exits. Follow the road about 20 km to Biograd na Moru.
2. Coastal road – Jadranska magistrala
From northwestern border, follow the highway through the following cities before arrival in Biograd na Moru:
Rijeka – Senj – Karlobag – Zadar – Biograd na Moru
You can also plan your route using:
If you are arriving by your private boat (Trogir Bay):
Exposure: The bay is exposed to the Mistral (NW) wind.
Sailing: There are several islets, rocks and shallows in front of the entrance to the bay that you need to pay attention to, but they do not restrict the entrance to the bay. The aisles between them are wide and generally deeper than 20 m. In the middle of the Trogir Bay there are several other shallows and marked rock Čelice.
It is a spacious bay 6 nm wide in the E-W direction. It consists of two arms equal in size. In W arm the Marina Bay is located, while the E arm is connected to the Saldun Bay on the island of Čiovo.
There is a 24 hour VHF communication – Channel 17 at your disposal
If you are arriving by ferry:
From Zadar there are very good connections to the Italian cities like Ancona, Pescara and Bari. There are private taxi boats sailing regularly that can take you from Zadar to Biograd na Moru and they are located in our marina.
For the ferry schedule visit the official site of Jadrolinija:
Biograd na Moru is connected to the main cities of Europe through a very well organized airline network. Split Airport is just 8 minutes drive from Seget. European cities directly connected to the Split airport:
If you are flying via Zagreb, you will find numerous other options of arriving to Zadar.
Below are links to the official websites of the Zagreb and Zadar airports, where you can see the daily schedule, as well as other useful information:
If you are coming from abroad, it is advisable to use a flight via Frankfurt or London Heathrow airports as they offer frequent daily flights to Zadar.
Contact us with confidence for the organisation of your transfer from the airport to the marina and back at:
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