Also known as Uvala Zenta, this is a club marina with 700 berths. Visitors are welcome on payment of the fees.
The harbour is easily visible as the Club name is prominently displayed on the building. There is also a rubble wall at the exterior. Approaching from seaward, aim for the disused obelisk-shaped lighthouse at Pomorac, which is 6 cables west of the Zenta Marina. There is good shelter in all parts of the harbour.
In addition to water and electricity, the club also has a slipway and a 10-ton crane. There is a snack bar and an Olympic-sized swimming pool nearby. All the usual facilities are available in the village, but there’s also a frequent bus service to Split.
This narrow pebble beach can get crowded in the peak season. Sunbeds and umbrellas for hire, and refreshments are available at the beach bar and café nearby.
If you are a dog lover and have your canine companion with you, there is an amazing dog-friendly beach nearby. Even if you do not have a dog, you will be welcome to head along and watch the canines show the humans how to play and have fun.
Where to Eat
Located just behind the Club, this local restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike. Great service and atmosphere, large portions of traditional favorites like meatballs, lasagne, and steaks.
Places to Stay
In the village of Zenta you will find apartments, B&Bs, and small hotels. It is a good choice if you want somewhere less frenetic to retreat to after enjoying days of sightseeing, shopping, and relaxing in the bustling city of Split.
Things to Do
If you want to let loose and party until dawn, right near the sea, this club is a great choice. 2 floors, fantastic atmosphere, and reasonable prices.