The port of Brijuni is equipped with moorings, electric power and fresh water. Brijuni refers to the archipelago including a group of fourteen small islands which became a holiday resort and a National Park for their scenic beauty. The sights of Brijuni range from the prehistoric dinosaur footprints, through Roman and Byzantine archeological sights, Austro-Hungarian military and leisure facilities to the residence of Yugoslav president Tito who used to welcome leading politicians, celebrities and jet setters of the 20th century. Brijuni nowadays offer different scenic and educational tours throughout the islands along with a variety of rare and autochthonous species of flora and fauna.
The island of Unije is the second biggest of Cres-Lošinj archipelago. Its well indented shores offer numerous bays, coves and beaches for relaxed and safe anchoring. The only settlement bears the same name as the island whose port does not provide shelter from westerly winds so E side of the island is where suggested anchorages are situated.
Island of Silba is situated in the northest part of Zadar archipelago, bearing the name "Gate of Dalmatia". Because the Silba is one of the most forested islands in Croatia, its original name Selbo comes from the Latin word "Silva" which means "forest". The only settlement on the Island is Silba with the population of around 300 citizens. Close to the harbour of Mul is a beautiful sandy beach Sutorišće. Other than sandy beaches the island has numerous coves which are reache