Umag, a town and a port in the north-west coast of Istria, is a kind of exit and entrance of Croatia to Europe. This famous business and tourist center is at only 40 km from Trieste in Italy, 150 from Ljubljana, and 50 NM from Venice. In terms of tourism, the hinterland of Umag is very attractive although it is a still undiscovered location between two Istrian rivers, namely the Dragonja and the Mirna surrounded by the rivieras of Savudria and Umag, and that of Novigrad. Sunbathed beaches and luxurious hotels are only part of the offer. Alternative programs offer a variety of activities to make your stay rich in attractions. Enjoy mountain climbing, spelunking, cycling, or a simple walk. Get to know the secrets of the sea, go sailing, swimming and diving. Ride a horse and feel the spirit of adventure. 495 berths, 90 dry berths, max depth 6m, service centre, 10t crane, 50t travel lift, open year round.
45°26'N / 13°31'E.
All year round.
The marina has 518 berths and 120 boat places on land. All berths have water and power supply.
Reception, exchange office, restaurant, toilets and showers, laundry service, grocery shop, repair shop, 50 t travel lift, parking lot, seasonal maritime border crossing and Harbour Master’s Office at the head of the eastern pier of the marina, permanent maritime border crossing in the main harbour, gas station in the vicinity of the marina (200 m). This marina is one of the main ADAC and AMTC information and service points.
Road connections are very good. Umag can be easily reached from all European directions. Distances: Trieste – 46 km, Milan – 440 km, Graz – 350 km, Vienna – 530 km, Munich – 550 km. The airport is in Pula (80 km) and the nearest international airport is in Trieste (90 km).