Piškera is a small uninhabited island in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the Kornati Islands in central Dalmatia and its area is 2.66 km². Its coastline is 10.64 km long. Although uninhabited, a marina with 150 berths operated by ACI Club is located on the island, open between March and October every year. Marina Piškera is sheltered from the worst of the winds by the offshore island Panitula Vela. In the past, Piškera and Panitula Vela were important centers for fishing and when the Venetians controlled the Kornati Islands, they had a customs post here for taxing the fish catch.
ACI marina Piškera
ACI Marina Piškera is a seasonal marina, open from April to October. All berths have water and electricity, which are paid extra and are only available at certain times of the day.
The toilets in the marina have showers and toilets and are very clean.
The nearest gas station is located on the island of Dugi Otok.
You will find a small store with basic food. Restaurant in the marina is excellent.
Book your berth here.