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ACI Vrboska
43o 10,8ŽN
16o 41,0ŽE

South Adriatic - northern coast of the Island of Hvar

Tel.: 774-018
Fax.: 774-144
VHF Channel 17

ACI Vrboska


ACI marina Vrboska lies on the southern side of the outer part of Vrboska inlet.

Open: All year round.

Berth: The marina has 85 berths and 30 boat places on land. Berths have water and power supply.


Reception, exchange office, restaurant, toilets and showers, repair shop, 5 t crane, parking lot. The gas station is by the crane. Shopping can be done in town.

ACI marina Vrboska has been nominated for the "European Blue Flag" in the year 2000, an environmental award, given to communities that make a special effort to keep their beaches and marinas clean and manage them with consideration for the local environment.

Harbor Master's Office Split - Branch Office Jelsa:
Tel./Fax: 021/ 761-055
VHF channels 10 and 16


About Vrboska

Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic, with its vineyards, olive groves and fields of lavender is equally exceptional in summer as it is in winter. It has the greatest number of sunny days per year, and because of its mild climate and lush subtropic vegetation it is often reffered to as the Croatian Madeira.
At the end of the long inlet, in the central part of the northern coast of the island of Hvar, surrounded by pine woods lies the town of Vrboska. The "S" shaped inlet, by its interior part is a natural pier for boats and is a safe port known as early as the Greco-Roman times.
Founded in the 15th c. its houses bear traits of typical rural architecture. Stone houses along both shores of the inlet connected by small bridges form a harmonious architectural whole, that is interrupted by a few Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque houses of the local nobility. The church-fortress of St. Mary (1580) rises in the center of the town and is a rare monument of its kind in Dalmatia. The church of St. Lawrence from 1571 keeps invaluable paintings of great masters such as Tizian Aspetti, Paolo Veronese and Jacopo Bassano. The town also has a Fishing Museum whose collection speaks of the long fishing tradition of its inhabitants.
Vrboska attracts a great number of tourists by a rich gastronomic offer and various sports activities and entertainment, as well as by its program of summer performances.


Tourist Association of the Municipality of Jelsa
Tel./Fax: 021/761-017

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