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Tisno, home to the Tisno Marina, presents an exceptional opportunity for nautical tourism development. This charming coastal town, located in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia, boasts a perfect blend of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and tranquil seaside surroundings.
Tisno is ideally situated between the mainland and the island of Murter, offering visitors the chance to explore both worlds. The region features stunning coastal landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and a Mediterranean climate that beckon travelers seeking relaxation and adventure.
The spatial plan of the Municipality of Tisno envisions the construction of a nautical tourism port in the picturesque Luka bay. This marina is designed to accommodate 205 berths, providing a welcoming haven for boats and yachts of various sizes. According to the spatial plan of Šibenik-Knin County, the maximum area allocated for this marina is 4.7 hectares.
Amendments to the detailed development plan related to the construction of this promising marina are currently in progress, reflecting the region’s commitment to its development.
It’s worth noting that in 2013, the concession for the construction of the nautical tourism port of Tisno was revoked from the trading company “Agram Kaptol d.o.o.” due to its failure to fulfill contractual obligations in accordance with the concession agreement.
The “Tisno Marina” project is poised to create a vibrant nautical tourism destination within the breathtaking setting of Tisno. With a planned capacity of 205 berths, this marina spans approximately 4.7 hectares of coastal land.
Boasting a sea draft ranging from 2 to 3 meters, Tisno Marina caters to boats and yachts of various sizes, accommodating the needs of maritime enthusiasts and visitors alike.
The ongoing amendments to the detailed development plan underscore the region’s commitment to the marina’s development. These amendments aim to ensure that the marina aligns with local regulations, enhances the coastal landscape, and seamlessly integrates into the town’s cultural and natural surroundings.
Investors and developers are encouraged to explore the “Tisno Marina” project, as it holds significant potential for growth and success in this picturesque coastal town. This opportunity offers a harmonious blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and meticulous planning, making it an appealing prospect for those seeking to invest in the nautical tourism sector in the heart of Tisno.
Project realization model
The construction and commercial use of the Tisno nautical tourism port, i.e. the maritime property, is granted in concession for a period of 30 years, counting from the day of the conclusion of the concession contract. The concessionaire will be selected based on a public tender announced by the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure. Preparatory activities are being carried out for the purpose of calling for a public call for tenders for the award of a concession on maritime property.