A small bay to the west of Postira offering some unsheltered anchoring.
This touristy beachy bay on the south-eastern side of Lopud island offers little opportunity for visiting yachts to moor. Anchoring may be possible beyond the swimming area.
The east facing cove on the southern end of Kalamos island around the abandoned Kefali village may provide some good anchorage in suitable conditions.
A very pretty cove with two buoys and a beautiful house. A fisherman on his noisy putt-putt boat leaves very early in the morning.
This pretty bay offers some natural shelter and a taverna on the southern head. Most yachts drop anchor and secure sterns to shore.
This popular cove is south of Fiskardho and has a beach head.
A natural bay on the small island of Scedro. It has three forks. The most inland of the two each have a grill style restaurant.
There are opportunities to anchor to the north of the bay away from the ferry route into Polace.
This beautiful bay enclosed by the Planjak islets against the larger Mljet island offer a natural harbour for anchoring.
The narrow channel behind the islet may provide good shelter. Buoys are provided by the restaurants.
A small beautiful natural channel between tall cliffs with a beach head.
A beautiful sandy cove on the eastern side of Atokos island has a single house. A popular stop for flotilla's between Ithaki and Kastos islands.
A small pretty cove with a nice beach to the east of Hvar and Milna.
This busy cove on the western coast of Ithaca has a tiny harbour for local boats a beach and a cave.
A small natural bay south of Umag near Duba with possible anchorage, no shelter.
A small bay with possible anchorage with no facilities.
A natural bay just south of Lovrecica that offers unsheltered anchorage.
A natural bay just north of Novigrad with some unsheltered anchorage.
A natural bay with unsheltered anchorage south of Novigrad.
A natural bay with poor anchorage north of Porec.
A natural bay north of Porec with poor anchorage.
A small unsheltered bay north of Porec with shallows nearby.
A exposed bay on the north of Porec with possible anchorage.
An unsheltered bay south of Porec near the holiday village.
A small natural bay north of Funtana with some options too anchor.
A natural unsheltered bay north or Funtana. Outside of the bay is a bouy marking a hazard.
The bay north of the marina becomes very shallow but offers unsheltered anchorage.
A bay just south of Funtana with unsheltered anchorage.
An exposed anchorage south of Vrsar between a dangerous outcrop and a southern cardinal.
A tiny bay with limit but sheltered anchorage.
A small exposed bay offering limited anchorage.
An exposed bay north of Rovinj with a small jetty.
A natural bay with a small harbour for local vessels, offers some shelter but poor anchorage.
A natural bay south of Rovinj with some bouys and partially sheltered anchorage either side.
A picturesque bay for anchoring with some connection to Roman history.
A small village north of Peroj south of Rovinj with a small jetty.
A small unsheltered by north of Peroj offering little shelter.
A large natural bay with unsheltered anchorage.
A small cove on Mali Brijun north of the large Veli Brijun island.
A small island part of the national park, anchoring is frowned upon but tolerated.
A natural bay providing limited shelter for anchoring.
A large cove providing unsheltered anchoring.
A natural cove with multiple beaches south of Pula provides some limited shelter.
A small unsheltered cove south of Banjole.
An unsheltered and small fisherman's cove on the peninsula south of Pomer.
A natural cove south of Pomer at the tup of the national park.
A natural bay offering unsheltered anchorage.
A small island with a couple of restaurants and a bar.
A small natural narrow cove with two coves at the end.
A small bay that provides little shelter for anchoring, but offers nearby beach bar.
A small bay to the east of the industrial village overlooking the large quarry.
A long natural bay near Duga Luka providing basic shelter.
A small bay home to many local boats with little space for visiting yachts.
A long shore line with a series of small jetties for local boats.
A small bay east of Kraljevica offers some unsheltered anchorage.
A small bay south of Kraljevica popular with visiting yachts.
A large bay south of Porec home to two marina's.
A small island south of Rovinj with a beautiful beach bay.
A small bay with a few buoys south of Njivica offering little shelter from strong winds.
A natural bay providing anchorage and mooring for yachts and small craft.
A bay with a breakwater providing some limited shelter.
A natural long deep bay with some options for mooring.
A small narrow cove providing some natural shelter from most winds.
A wide shallow bay for anchoring in low winds.
A small bay midway between Vinisce and Razanj near the small Arkandel island.
A small forked bay on the south of the main village offers natural shelter in light winds.
A shallow bay on the west of the island with limited anchoring.
One bay with two coves offering shallow anchoring on the south of Veli Drvenik island.
Also known locally as blue lagoon, this beautiful area is extremely popular with day trips from nearby towns such as Trogir. The waters get very shallow in places.
A small bay situated between Povlja and Sumartin on the eastern coast of Brac Island offering limited anchoring.
A small narrow cove on the alternative fork of Povlja Bay offering anchoring near the swimming area.
A bay to the east of Sumartin Harbour offering refuelling and mooring for small vessels.
A large bay south of Sumartin on the south-east of Brac Island offering exposed anchoring.
A small narrow cove offering limited anchoring situated between Pucisca and Povlja.
A small bay on the northern side of Brac island offering limited anchoring. Situated between Postira and Pucisca.
An undeveloped small bay on the eastern entrance of Splitska with some option for anchoring.
An unsheltered natural bay offering limited anchoring.
A small narrow bay offering slightly more sheltered anchorage than it's southern neighbour Stiniva.
A natural pretty bay on the south-eastern coast of Brac island. Offering limited anchoring.
A quiet pretty bay with several buoys and a single restaurant.
A long secluded bay provides some shelter for overnight mooring.
This bay on the southern side of Solta island provides some natural shelter for mooring in one of the three branches.
A natural bay on the south of Solta island offering exposed anchorage.
A natural bay on the south eastern tip of Solta island hosts two forks each with local boats.
A large open bay on the most south eastern tip of Solta island offering some unsheltered anchorage.
A natural cove on the north eastern coast of Solta island south of Stomorska.
A very pretty small beachy cove to the east of Bol on the island of Brac, very popular with tourist boats, offers some options for unsheltered mooring.
A forked cove, overlooking Bol on the opposite island, offering several options for anchoring, a short walk to Rudina, or longer overland south to Stari Grad.
This north west tip of the peninsula from Stari Grad on Hvar Island offers several small coves for visiting yachts.
A narrow cove on the Stari Grad peninsula offering some shelter for visiting craft.
Tiha bay has multiple coves, this western one provides some shelter from and a small landing on the western coast.
The eastern of the three coves in Tiha bay offers less shelter from swell or winds, but does host a restaurant.
This central cove within the Tiha bay provides limited shelter but is an idyllic picturesque spot a short distance from Stari Grad.
This long cove is home to a restaurant half way up on the south-west shore that provides some buoys for mooring.
Yachts can anchor on the west-side of the land spit.
A small cove to the west of the main ferry terminal is home to a pretty Villa and some small jetties.
This pretty cove is tucked in behind a hilly headland east of Jelsa. Home to a few a small number of houses and apartments.
A small forked cove to the east of Jelsa, and to the west of Zecja beach, provides a small amount of shelter for mooring.
A small cove on the north side of Hvar island hosting a nice beach to the south and a smaller cove to the east.
A naturally sheltered forked cove on the south of Hvar island and to the west of Hvar town, hosts a single tavern.