ACI Milna


Milna is situated in the west of Bra, 18 km from the island capital of Supetar. It is one of the most graceful small Baroque towns on the Dalmatian coast as well as the best natural harbour on the island even Emperor Diocletian's fleet used to find safety there when he was building his palace in Split. Milan's bay forks into two branches Salo and Pantera. It now houses a marina with several berthing areas, equipped with all mod cons and providing a safe haven and quality services to boaters from all over the world. The crystal-clear sea, healthy local food, ideal conditions for diving, sailing, fishing are just some of the reasons why you should visit this beautiful Mediterranean town.

188 berths. Visitors are welcome. Electric. Water. Showers. Toilets. Laundry facilities. Supermarket within 5min walk. No chandlery close by. Diesel and petrol available. VHF: 17. eMail: View or edit details in

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As we approached the marina, the very helpful staff guided us to moor up on the right, even though we wanted to moor up on the left. A little annoyed that we couldn't go where we wanted to it was actually the right thing to do as the mooring on the right was closest to all the facilities, showers, etc and a little way from the bustle of the evening on the other side. :-)

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