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Tisno is a town settled on both sides of the 38m wide ravine by which it was named. The Murter side and the Tisno peninsula side are connected via drawbridge, 2m above sea level, with the depth under it 2.4m. In the summer the bridge is open from 9:00 - 9:30 and 17:00 - 17:30.
Berthing is allowed from up to 2m deep within Tisno, to up to 22m deep north of Ljutac isle.
Today's town of Murter is an exceptional tourist destination. Not only is it, by itself, a beautiful Mediterranean town rich with history and tradition; but it is also in close proximity to several National Parks and Parks of Nature, as well as 170 islands in its aquatorium.
Its marina, Uvala Hramina, has 400 berths, as well as 250 dry berths; and is well-protected against all winds.