The bay in which the town of Vrboska is located is long and narrow, like a ford.
ACI Marina Vrboska is located in the outer part of the Vrboski Harbor.
In a cozy small town, you can taste traditional cuisine rich in fish and seafood. Currently, the main activity in Vrboska, of course, is tourism, and Marina ASI is the most important economic object in the city.
ACI Marina Vrboska has been awarded the Blue Flag for many years.
Vrboska is a city and a harbor located on the northern coast of the island of Hvar, at the end of a deep and narrow bay, so the pier provides good shelter from all winds. When approaching from the north, a good reference point is the island of Zechevo, on which there is a lighthouse (Fl W 5s 11m 5M), the exact position of which is 43° 11.5 ‘N 16° 42.1’ E.
To get to ASI Marina Vrboska, you need to go around the Glavica Peninsula.
At night, you should focus on the red lighthouse marking the entrance to Yelsa (Fl R 3s 6m 5M). When the Cape Cree Lighthouse (Flv 2s 5m 5M) comes into view, the lights of Vrboska will immediately become visible; head in this direction. If you are coming from the south, southeast or east, you can approach the pier by sailing along the northern coast of the island of Hvar from east to west. All three lighthouses mentioned above are visible at night, and the piers of the ASI marina are also illuminated.
Although it is the smallest town on the island of Hvar, the beauty of Vrboska easily surpasses that of all the others, primarily due to its geographical location. It is situated on the northern coast of the central part of the island, deep in a bay at the end of a narrow, meandering inlet.
In the middle of the bay there is an island and numerous small bridges span the channel, earning Vrboska the nickname of “Little Venice”.
This area, with the preserved ancient stone borders and archeological findings, has been protected by UNESCO since 2009 as a part of the world cultural and historical heritage. Mediterranean architecture with characteristic stone buildings and narrow streets, predominate in the town.
This idyllic picture is complemented by the thick pine forest hugging the town on the landward side, and beautiful beaches and coves on the seaward side.
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