SV. FILIP I JAKOV
SV. FILIP I JAKOV (43° 57'N; 15° 26'E), village (pop. 1,645 in 1991) and small harbour in Pasmanski kanal, some 1.5M northwest of Biograd.
Approach: Landmarks: the belfry; the round green tower with a column and gallery (green light) on a base on Kocerka shoal (some 600m south of the harbour); the red tower of the former light on the head of the pier; the belfry with a column in the village and, E of it, glasshouses extending up to the waterfront.
Mooring: The harbour is sheltered from all winds. Smaller yachts can moor along the pier protecting the harbour for fishing boats. It is also possible to moor along the inner end of the W pier (depth 2 m) and along the breakwater (inner side 2 m, outer side up to 4 m).
Facilities: Post office and medical service. Provisions from local shops, water from the hydrant on the waterfront and the pier. Fuel at the petrol station in Biograd.
Sights: Sv Mihovil church (St Michael, 14 C, reconstruction 1707), the ruins of Dvorine castle (former Benedictine monastery with Sv Rok church, 1374) in Rogovo; Folco Borelli Park monument of garden architecture.