Brna is a bay and a village on the south coast of the island of Korcula, located 4 km southwest of Smokvica and 20 km south-east of Vela Luka. Can moor at the wharf in the village, but watch portions of the wharf are less than 0.5 m. You can anchor at 7 m at the bottom of the bay. Very good protection.
Brna est une baie et un
village de la côte sud de l'île de Korcula, située à 4 km au sud-ouest de Smokvica et
20 km au sud-est de Vela Luka.
On peut s'amarrer au quai du village, mais attention certaines parties du quai sont à moins de 0,5 m. On peut mouiller par 7 m au fond de la baie.
Très bonne protection.
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