The Mediterranean is by far one of the most popular yachting spots. Turquoise waters, great food, charming towns, and a well-developed yachting infrastructure attract yachtsmen from all around the globe.

Throughout the Mediterranean Sea, there are exceptional marinas. Here are the top five that simply have it all! Great design, high functionality, and an array of premium services and facilities.

Here Are the Top Five Mediterranean Marinas That Have It All

#1 Marina Di Porto Cervo

First on the list is Marina Di Porto Cervo, located in beautiful Sardinia, Italy. This dreamy destination has everything to be a rising star in nautical tourism.

The marina itself is divided in two. You have the Old Port with the surrounding village full of cafes and restaurants and the New Marina. Seven hundred berths total include 100 berths for mega yachts measuring up to 120 meters in length, and there are no beam width restrictions.

A full-service boatyard – Cantiere Porto Cervo – offers service, repair, and full refits throughout the year. Marina Di Porto Cervo has created a safe haven for a relaxing holiday.

Phone: Porto Vecchio: +39 0789 936666 New Port: +39 0789 905111
E-mail: info@marinadiportocervo.com
Website: Marina di Porto Cervo

#2 D-Marin Marina Dalmacija, Croatia

D-Marin Marina Dalmacija, Croatia

The biggest marina on the Croatian side of the Adriatic Sea is Marina Dalmacija. For the past decade, Marina Dalmacija is under D-Marin management. And for sure they know their business. They have utilized all the space to create a full-service marina.

Combining luxury gastro services, hospitality, and various service/repair shops, Marina Dalmacija became one of the most popular marinas in Croatia, both for charter guests and private yacht owners.

Make sure you book a table in Portus, a Marina Dalmacija lounge/restaurant. There’s no place like it to try food prepared by a famous Croatian Chef. Zadar Airport is just 8 km away and during the summer has numerous international flights that make Marina Dalmacija an easy choice.

Phone: +385 23 200 300
E-mail: dalmacija@d-marin.com
Website: Marina Dalmacija: the largest marina in Croatia | D-Marin

#3 ACI Marina Rovinj, Croatia

ACI Marina Rovinj, Croatia

Luxury Mediterranean aesthetics are blended with breath-taking views. Marina Rovinj lies just across this charming old town. The city of Rovinj is an open-air museum that showcases the best of Croatian cultural and architectural heritage.

Marina Rovinj is part of the ACI (Adriatic Croatia International Club), the biggest and oldest marina chain in Croatia.

The marina itself was fully renovated in 2019 to fit the highest standards in the marine industry. Guest experience and pleasure was the primary concern of the ACI group with this huge investment. Now, Marina Rovinj can accommodate mega yachts up to 100 meters in length.

Phone: +385 52 813 133,
E-mail: m.rovinj@aci-club.hr
Website: ACI marina Rovinj – Adriatic Croatia International Club (aci-marinas.com)

#4 Marina Flisvos, Greece

Marina Flisvos, Greece

Next on this list is Marina Flisvos in Greece. 303 berths total that can accommodate yachts up to 120 meters in length. The port is deep enough so they can host yachts of all types.

Marina Flisvos management knows that creating a superyacht-friendly reputation means so much more than merely investing in infrastructure. Fantastic location, safety standards, and professional service are just some of the perks marina guests have here. The marina has its own helicopter landing site and a huge parking lot exclusively used by marina guests.

Phone: +30 210 9871000-2
Email: info@flisvosmarina.com
Website: The Mega-Yacht destination in Greece – Flisvos Marina

#5 IGY Malaga Marina, Spain

IGY Malaga Marina, Spain

The vibrant city of Malaga is the next superyacht hot spot. IGY Marinas created a stunning new marina. There are 31 slips for yachts measuring from 20 – 170 meters in length. Marina Malaga is aiming high not only in yacht services but also offers great on-site gastro and hospitality services. Year-round sunshine and beautiful surroundings makes Malaga a wonderful year-around homeport for superyacht owners.

Phone +34 699 989 631
E-mail: Malaga@IGYMarinas.com
Website: IGY Malaga Marina | IGY Marinas

About the Author

Ivana Utkovic, Partner Manager at Seasy.atIvana Utkovic is a Partner Manager at Seasy.at. Working on winning new accounts and day-to-day operations. Previously worked in the yachting industry for five years and in sales for more than 15 years.

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