This small port is protected by offshore Kastelac castle, which is connected to the mainland by a narrow stone bridge. At the W of the castle can be moored on the inside or outside the dock for the night, by 2-3 m. We anchor SW or SE of the castle by 7 m. Good protection from N.
Ce petit port est protégé du large par le château Kastelac, qui est relié au continent par un étroit pont de pierre. A l'W du château on peut s'amarrer sur le côté intérieur ou à l'extérieur du quai pour la nuit, par 2 à 3 m.
On mouille au SW ou au SE du château par 7 m.
Bonne protection du N.
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