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The sleepy fishing village of Janska is one of the most peaceful anchorages that you will find along Croatia’s Adriatic coast and exemplifies all that is most appealing about chartering in Croatia. Identified by the small white shrine that sits on the headland to the south of the entrance to the inlet, it’s a sheltered spot that is ideal for an overnight stop on your yacht charter if you are of a mind to get away from it all.

There is literally nothing in Janska bar a few houses belonging to local fishermen so be sure to bring provisions with you as you won’t find any shops or restaurants although you can walk up the hill to the village of  Banici which you’ll be able to pinpoint by means of its tall belfry tower. Janska’s ideal for a bracing swim – the water’s on the nippy side here, due to underwater streams.



  • Anchor in the northern part of the inlet in 9 metres (30 feet). Alternatively anchor and take a line ashore. 
  • The bottom is sand and weed and you need to watch out for fishing nets set within the inlet.

To Do:

  • Swim


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