Situated on one of the prime Adriatic locations, on the grounds of a former military site
Marina Polesana is located in the natural sheltered harbour of the historic town and has a great transport connectivity. Pula is only a single fuel tank away from the north of Italy, western Austria and Slovenia and it takes boaters only a couple of hours to reach Mid Dalmatia. The amazing Brijuni national park is near the marina. The entire Istria county is famous for its gastronomic offer, history and cultural events throughout the year. It is ideal for weekend boat journeys or weekend regattas. Pula is only 30 nautical miles away from the islands of Unije and Susak and as you sail further south, there is the island of Cres, Lošinj, Ilovik and the number of small islets you pass by en route to the island of Dugi otok and finally the most desirable of sailing destinations – Kornati national park.
Marina Polesana is in the vicinity of Pula airport and has a good road connection to other places. In the city of Pula there is the world’s third best preserved Roman amphitheatre – Arena Pula – along with many other historical buildings and remains from Roman antiquity. Marina itself stretches along the newly constructed coast, it features new floating pontoons and the renovated bridge that provides access to the historical island of Sv. Katarina. The main building with corporate offices, reception area, boat charters, the restaurant, the cafe, repair shops and nautical shops are located on the island.
The marina is surrounded by a pine forest, it is a deep water basin, well protected on all sides and a large area of land in case of future expansion need. At the present time, two out of three construction phases have been completed. The last stage includes the construction of the luxury hotel and the increase of marina capacity on land. Currently, the marina has 262 berths plus additional 42 for dry berthing. The marina spreads on an area of around 110.000 square meters. Once the construction work has been completed, the marina will offer a total of 400 dry berths. The concession holder and the investor is Kermas Istra, the company owned by Danko Končar who has already invested into the marina and repair facilities in Trogir.