Coordinates: 44°49.00′N 13°54.00′E
Maximum Vessel Lenght
35m (daily berth)
16m (annual berth)
Number of berths:
30 dry berths
On the southern tip of the Istrian peninsula, located in the deepest part of Medulin Bay, lies ACI Marina Pomer. In the 2016 a comprehensive capital undertaking has been completed: the old buildings of the summer marina have been removed and a completely new land part has been built.
Today, ACI Pomer is a beautiful and modern marina of a Mediterranean look with a new reception and exchange office, ATM, new toilet facilities and separate section with accessible toilet facility, a laundry, a grocery store that operates during the boating season, a charter agency, technical service, crane for boats up to 10 tons, premises for the crew, automated and guarded driveways, car parking, new electrical cabinets on dry berthing, a pumping station for pumping waste water from the vessels, with the latest WLAN internet access. The new restaurant has a lovely terrace, and next to it a swimming pool with a pool bar. The marina has also received a special storeroom in which boaters can store their equipment such as bicycles, scooters, surfboards, outboard motors … The novelty are also the “green islands” in the marina that are used for selective waste collection. The marina is equipped with electric power connections of 16 to 63 A.
Along the whole marina and next to the sea a beautiful walkway has been built, with modernly designed benches, lighting and decorative Mediterranean greenery. There is a place in the marina even for the youngest boaters– a fenced playground.
Istria’s glorious nature will bewitch you and charm you, and the sea, the wind and the unpolluted countryside will help you forget all worries and stress. The ancient Romans were the first to be captivated by Pomer when they built their country villas here. This old fishing village will be an ideal haven for all those searching for the unspoilt Mediterranean and its natural and culinary delights. The ancient tradition of fish and shell farming is still practiced here, and boaters who come to Pomer never miss the opportunity to savour choice seafood dishes, prepared according to recipes that date back as much as a thousand years.
Did you know…?
…that the south of Istria is one of the most popular destinations for windsurfing and kitesurfing enthusiasts. As it is surrounded by sea on three sides, this part of Istria is very windy in all seasons and you will probably never see the sea completely calm here. Whether it’s a gale-force southern wind (jugo), the bura, the heavy tramontane, or the strong summer maestrals – surfers will never find themselves without wind, guaranteeing them a great time in and around Pomer.
…that the Medulin Riviera has one of the most beautiful mountain bike paths in Istria. Totalling some 60 kilometres, the path passes through scenery which changes constantly, almost like on a film strip: picturesque villages, forest groves, hilltops offering breathtaking views, narrow paths meandering between the Kamenjak promontory and the thick shrubbery filling the air with aromatic scents of Mediterranean herbs.
-30 dry berths
reception with an exchange office, ATM
restaurant, grocery store, charter agency
toilet and shower facilities with separate disabled provision, laundrette
repair and maintenance shop, 30 t crane
63A power sockets for larger vessels
Wi-Fi internet access
fuel station in Pješčana Uvala (11nm) , Pula (18 nm)
In the summer ACI Marina Pomer serves as a starting point or a half-way stop when cruising the Adriatic, while in the winter old friends and acquaintances gather in this gentle cove to bask in the Mediterranean sun. Part of the marina’s appeal is due to its proximity to excellent excursion and recreation destinations – the small islands of Unije, Susak, Velike Srakane and Male Srakane. ACI Marina Pomer has great road connections to major motorways and Pula Airport is located nearby (some 10 km away), while Trieste and Ljubljana airports are approximately 130 km from Pomer.
The marina is in the northwestern part of Medulin Bay, which opens up between Cape Kamenjak and Cape Marlera. Due to numerous reefs and shoals it is recommended to approach through the main channel, sailing east of the islet of Fenera (exact position 44°46.2’ N 13°57.2’ E), and then passing between the islands of Ceja and Bodulaš. As the sea is much shallower around Bodulaš Island, it is safer to sail closer to Ceja Island. When approaching at night, the course between the islands of Ceja and Bodulaš is marked by the lighthouse on Cape Munat (Fl W R 2s 9m 7/4M). Once deep inside the bay, steer toward the middle of the passage between Cape Munat and Cape Kašteja, and then toward the island of Pomerski Školjić, which should be rounded from the east. ACI Marina Pomer is sighted next. In daylight it is recognisable by a distinctive white crane.
Note: It is recommended to use official navigational charts published by HHI Split: 100-16, 50-3, MK-3 and MK-4.