Open all year round, and easy to access, Funtana Marina was built in 2003 in a typical Istrian village located on a small hill overlooking the Adriatic Sea. In front of the coast there are little islands: Veliki Skolj (big rock), Školjić (little island), Tuf, Tovarjež (round rock) and Gusti Skolj (thick rock). The Comune of Funtana has only one town which is also called Funtana and has become one of the most important tourist destinations on the Istrian Riviera.


Reaching the dock is pretty simple: look out for the village of Funtana with its bell tower that stands on the hill above the coastline, as well as the palo verde, the port lighthouse, located at the end of the breakwater. Sailors, however, should be aware of two shallows: Janjci, which is located in the north of the bay of Funtana, but clearly marked its northern borders (with a black pole that has two red circles with two black balls on the top); and that of Funtana that is located between the southern part of the island of Veli Skolj and the coast (marked by a yellow and red pole and two black cones pointing up).


It has a capacity of 180 boats on the water and 40 on land. With all berths equipped with a double mooring post and columns providing light and water.  Maximum depth of the mooring is 4.3 m and minimum is 2.5 m.

The marina has various services, making it a good place to stop for those who are sailing the Istrian waters. Excellent hospitality and the chance to make galley. It is also possible to walk to the nearby fishing village, with its restaurants, pizzerias, bars, supermarket, post office and ATM.

The nearest refuelling station you will find in the marina of Vrsar which is 1.5 miles to the south. Book your berth here



  • 180 Berths with water and electricity
  • 40 Berths on land
  • Max Length 25m
  • WC with shower
  • Reception
  • CCTV
  • Cafe/bar
  • Parking
  • Laundry
  • Technical assistance equipped with crane
  • Market
  • Nautical shop
  • Diving
  • Charter service
  • WLAN Internet

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