Zadar, a gleaming, ancient walled city on the coast of Croatia, is home to one of the Adriatic Sea’s most respected, world-class marinas, Marina Borik Zadar. Marina Borik is the ideal starting point for a cruise to the Dalmatian archipelago.

Because of its 100 islands and islets, due to the fact that it is situated in the center of the Adriatic coast. The Marina is thoroughly renovated, with over 185 fully serviced pontoon berths. Coming to Marina Borik you have an advantage to visit Zadar, truly amazing three thousand years old town, centered around Roman Forum, within city walls with a number of gates and towers.

Zadar rose to prominence as an important naval stronghold and colony of the Roman Empire. Later incorporated into the Byzantine Empire, it continued to be an important commercial and cultural center as the cities along the Adriatic developed. Today, Zadar boasts some of the finest examples of Roman and Renaissance architecture and is noted especially for its important cultural events which regularly attract international patrons.

Zadar’s surrounding islands present many unique opportunities for touring. The Kornati islands group consists of 130 uninhabited chalk limestone islands, 89 of which lie within the 220-square kilometer Kornati National Park. The lavender and sage-covered islands are marked by numerous caves and coves to enhance exploration pursuits.

Address: Obala kneza Domagoja 1, 23 000 Zadar, CROATIA
Longitude: 44° 07′ 54″ N | Latitude: 15° 12′ 36″ E

Phone: +385 23 333 036
E-Mail: borik(@)

Closest  airports:
ZADAR AIRPORT – 16 km far from D Marin Borik
SPLIT AIRPORT – 132 km far from D Marin Borik

Adriatic Transfers offers you a service of transfer from Zadar Airport to D Marin Borik and transfer from Split Airport to D Marin Borik as well.