MARINA ACI Marina Šimuni

ACI Marina Šimuni is situated in a small fishing village on the south-west side of Pag Island, halfway between Novalja and the town of Pag. The village of Šimuni stretches along three bays. The north bay is the home of ACI Marina Šimuni, a haven for sailors. The central bay serves as a port for fishing boats, and in the third, south bay, there is a lovely pebble beach and a campsite (Šimuni camping village). Šimuni is just a 20-minute drive from Žigljen, where it is connected to the mainland via Žigljen-Prizna ferry route. The marina lies in a deep and sheltered cove, which is protected from all winds. Although, some SE winds may cause some waves and swells. ACI Marina Šimuni is open all year round. The busiest time of the year is during months of July and August.


ACI Marina Šimuni has the total capacity of 191 wet berths and 55 dry berths, all of which are equipped with water and electricity. The marina can accommodate boats up to 25 m in length. The depth of the sea in the marina ranges from 2 to 5 m.

  • Number of berths 191
  • Dry berths 55
  • Maximum length overall/LOA 25 metres
  • Max. draft 4 metres
  • Depth 2 -5 metres
  • Berthing assistance Yes
  • Type of berthing Mooring line
  • Water Yes
  • Electricity Yes


  • Reception desk
  • Currency exchange
  • Cash machine (ATM)
  • Fully accessible toilet and shower facilities
  • Maintenance and repair shop
  • Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant
  • Grocery store
  • Car park
  • Garbage and recyling bins
  • Slipway
  • 15 t crane
  • 30 t travel lift

Useful Information

Šimuni is a small village with few facilities, mostly shops and restaurants. For other facilities, one should go to Pag town or Novalja. There is an ambulance, pharmacy, post office, bank, police, more supermarkets, shops and restaurants in Pag. The nearest fuel station is in Novalja harbour, 7 nm from the marina. There is also a farmer’s market and a fish market in Novalja.

All towns on the island of Pag are connected by bus. There is a regular bus service that connects Novalja and Pag to Zagreb, Rijeka and Zadar. Novalja is also connected to Rijeka, Rab and Lošinj by ferry. The south part of Pag Island is connected to the mainland (Adriatic Highway) via bridge.

Not far from the marina, there is a camping village with a small sports centre (beach volleyball, tennis, and mini golf), diving centre, restaurant and shop. Also close to Šimuni village, next to Novalja, there is a very popular summer clubbing destination called Zrće (Croatian Ibiza), where young people party all day long.

When approaching ACI Marina Šimuni, look for the chapel in the south-east of the village and a lighthouse, which both serve as a landmark. After passing the lighthouse, keep to the middle and avoid the western side of the bay due to small shoals. When approaching at night or during strong bura, it is advisable to moor in the northeast section of the marina.

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  • Unnamed Road, 23251, Šimuni, Croatia
  • 44° 28' 15.7"
  • 14° 57' 17.9"

Nearby Restaurants

Konoba Didova Kuća

Šimuni 39, Šimuni, 23251 Kolan,Pag

Ribarska Koliba

Šimuni 28a, Šimuni, 23251, Pag

Boškinac Restaurant

Škopaljska Ulica 220, 53291 Novalja, Pag

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