Useful phone numbers in Croatia:
Emergency Call: +385 112
Police: +385 192
Ambulance: +385 194
Fire Fighters: +385 193
Breakdown Service: +385 1987
Naval Rescue: +385 195
Tourist Office at Seget Donji
The tourist office provides information on accommodation in Seget Donji and its surrounding area as well as bus and train timetables, timetables and information for ferries and flights, excursions, cultural, sports and other events in and around Seget Donji and also the local complaints book and other general tourist information.
Tel.: +385 (0) 21 880 559
Opening hours / summer season: daily from 8:00 – 20:00
Opening hours / winter season: Monday to Friday, 8:00 – 14:00
Harbour Master’s Office at Trogir
The harbour authority is responsible for the collection of tourist tax and boat insurance as well as the sale of vignettes, skipper accreditation and crew lists and other administrative services and tasks.
Obala bana Berislavića 19
+385 (0) 21 881 508
Opening hours / winter season:
Monday to Friday, 7:00 – 14:00
Opening hours / summer season:
Monday to Friday, 7:00 – 14:00 and 18:00 – 20:00; Saturday, 7:00 – 13:00 and Sunday, 8:00 – 11:00
Croatia is one of the world’s most beautiful nautical destinations. With 1.244 islands, of which only 67 are inhabited, and a multitude of magnificent towns along the Adriatic coast, Croatia is a top destination for all water sports enthusiasts.
Croatia is a country with very diverse nature and a rich cultural heritage. Croatia’s national parks as well as towns and cities and monuments and places of interest such as Diocletian’s Palace in Split enrapture visitors from all over the globe.
The clean waters of the Adriatic Sea are unrivaled. Analyses by the European Agency have shown that Croatia can boast the second cleanest sea in Europe. The mild climate, with an annual average of 2.400 to 2.800 sunshine hours, adds to the natural beauty and the charm of the coastal region. The Croatian coast thus ranks among the sunniest regions in Europe.
The unique nature and the waters - a haven for navigators - the wealth of cultural heritage and the warmth and hospitality of its inhabitants make Croatia an ideal destination for boating visitors.
Did you know that…
- …the cravat, today, an indispensible accessory for the well-dressed gentleman and also a trendy accessory for ladies, has been named after a part of the uniform of the Croatian army?
- …nearly 10% of the Croatian national territory are environmentally protected areas and house eleven nature and eight national parks?
- …the town of Hum in Istria is known as the world’s smallest town? The town is home to approx. only 30 inhabitants.
- …the most recent archeological research has shown that the town of Vinkovci is the most ancient town in Europe, and its founding time has been dated to 6.300 B.C.?
- …the world’s largest truffle, weighing 1.31 kg, was found at the village of Livade in Istria in 1999? The discovery even found entry into the Guinness Book of Records in the year 2000.
- …the MP3 player is based on the developments of the Croatian programmer Tomislav Uzelca?