DIKLO (44° 09'N; 16° 12'E), village (pop. 1,270 in 1991) and anchorage, some 2M north-northwest of Zadar.
Approach: The belfry and the grove on the hill can be identified when approaching the anchorage. Some 1M southeast of the town is a dangerous shoal (0.5 m), which should be given an offing when sailing toward Ostri rat point (Punta Mika).
Mooring: The anchorage is sheltered from the bora but exposed to onshore winds and sea. The best anchorage in the bora is SSW of the town (depth 1720 m), in the sirocco SSW of the town (depth 23 m). A good anchorage for smaller yachts in the sirocco is offshore W of Ostri rat point.
Facilities: Provisions and water can be obtained in the nearby hotel complex of Borik (Zadar); fuel at the petrol station.
Sights: The medieval churches of Sv Martin (St Martin, 12 C) and Sv Petar (St Peter, 13 C).