POSEDARJE (44° 13'N; 15° 29'E), village (pop. 1,355 in 1991) and small harbour in the W part of Novigradsko more.
Approach: Landmarks: the belfry, the Luna hotel and the chapel on the islet in the W part of Luka cove.
A 2.5m deep dragged channel marked by wooden spars leads to the harbour. E of the harbour is Veli skolj rock.
Mooring: The harbour is sheltered from all winds except the sirocco; the bora in it is moderate. Only yachts drawing up to 1.5m can moor there. The anchorage for smaller vessels is in the middle of Luka cove, between Veli skolj and the small peninsula with the chapel.
Facilities: Post office and medical service. Provisions in local shops.
On NE side of Novsko zdrilo (by the bridge) there is a motel with 154 beds, a swimming pool, a supermarket and a tourist office.
Sights: Uzasasce Marijino church (Assumption of Our Lady, 12/13 C, later Baroque reconstruction), Gospa od Ruzarija church (Our Lady of the Rosary, Baroque reconstruction in 1700) and Sv Duh church (The Holy Ghost, 15 C) on the islet in the W cove; 5km SW on the crossroads is the 150-year old Zeleni hrast (Green Oak tree) a protected monument of nature.