Euromarine charter fleet is located on pier C. In the marina premises there is a restaurant, a snack bar, a toilet block (toilets and showers), a laundry, grocery and nautical equipment shops, a service station and a car park for personal vehicles. All moorings are equipped with water and electricity ports. Fuel station is near the marina, some 100 meters away, below the Marjan hotel.

SPLIT

Split is the largest Dalmatian city, the second-largest urban centre in Croatia, and the seat of Split-Dalmatia County. The city is located on the shores of the Mediterranean, more specifically on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, spreading over a central peninsula and its surroundings, with its metropolitan area including the many surrounding seaside towns as well. An intraregional transport hub, the city is a link to the numerous surrounding Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula, as well as a popular tourist destination. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area, and is traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old, while archaeological research relating to the ancient Greek colony of Aspálathos (6th century BC) establishes the city as being several hundred years older.

While the beginnings of Split are often connected to the construction of Diocletian's Palace, the city was discovered earlier as a Greek colony of Aspálathos. The Greek settlement lived off trade with the surrounding Illyrian tribes, mostly the Delmatae, who inhabited the (much larger) nearby city of Salona. In time, the Roman Republic became the dominant power in the region, and conquered the Illyrians in the Illyrian Wars of 229 and 219 BC. Upon establishing permanent control, the Romans founded the province of Dalmatia with Salona as the capital, and at that time the name of the nearby Greek colony Aspálathos was changed to "Spalatum".

Following the fall of the Western Roman Empire in AD 476, Spalatum became a part of the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as Byzantium.

It grew very slowly as a satellite town of the much larger Salona. However, around AD 639 Salona fell to the invasion of Avars and Slavs, and was razed to the ground, with the majority of the displaced citizens fleeing to the nearby Adriatic islands. Following the return of Byzantine rule to the area, the Romanic citizens returned to the mainland under the leadership of the nobleman known as Severus the Great. They chose to inhabit Diocletian's Palace in Spalatum, because of its strong (more "medieval") fortifications. The palace was long deserted by this time, and the interior was converted into a city by the Salona refugees, making Spalatum much larger as the successor to the capital city of the province. Today the palace constitutes the inner core of the city, still inhabited, full of shops, markets, squares, with an ancient Cathedral of St. Duje (formerly Diocletian's mausoleum) inserted in the corridors and floors of the former palace. As a part of the Byzantine Empire, the city had varying but significant political autonomy.

    Base manager: Mr. Duje Kragic
  • Phone: +385 21 398 420
  • Fax: +385 21 323 101
  • Calling from Croatia: 021 398 420
  • Mobile: +385 99 2101 594
  • Calling from Croatia: 099 2101 594
    Reception: Mrs. Arijana Nazor
  • Mobile: +385 98 299 877
  • Calling from Croatia: 098 299 877
  • E-mail: split@euromarine.hr
    ACI MARINA SPLIT
  • Uvala baluni 8
  • 21 000 Split
  • Croatia
  • 43"30,1' N 16"26' E
    General remarks:
  • The railway and bus station, as well as the port are only 1 km from the marina. There are regular ferry lines to Rijeka and Dubrovnik, as well as Trieste, Ancona and Pescara in Italy.
  • The airport, 20 km from the city, connects the entire region with Europe and the rest of the world.
    Distances:
  • Trieste - 484 km
  • Milan - 912 km
  • Roma - 1178 km
  • Graz - 579 km
  • Vienna - 764 km
  • Budapest - 750 km
  • Munich - 940 km