Just ten minutes from Split airport, Trogir is a delightful historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast, conveniently located to explore Central Dalmatia. One of the oldest towns of this coastline and encased by 15th-century walls, the tiny medieval streets wind through the enchanting town revealing hidden restaurants and eye-catching galleries. A wide seaside promenade snakes around the town, and a charming port full of sailboats wait to take you to the islands of Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli with their pristine sandy beaches and secluded coves. laying between the gentle hills on the mainland and the coast of the Island of Ciovo to either side is a number of beautiful beaches as well. A pleasing blend of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, Trogir boasts palaces, churches, and towers, as well as a fortress, and in 1997 was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.View villas in Trogir
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Try the local pizzerias, found in the narrow maze of the old town and go for fresh fish when you are by the coast.
There are a couple of discos in Trogir, however this town is best for spending evenings in a good restaurant. Pass time walking through the streets, magically lit up in the dusk, and admiring the yachts along the harbour front.
Bedalov Winery is a lovely traditional winery, which will blend your education of the vineyard with walking tours and cookery classes. Not only is great wine produced here, but also local produce of herbs and spices.
Little yachts and sail boats surround the tiny old town. At the pretty palm-lined promenade of the harbour, you will find many boast excursions where you can visit Hvar, Brac, Drvenik Mali, Drvenik Veli, the Pakleni Islands or go for a freshly-caught fish picnic!
Trogir is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, and considered one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe.
The busy city of Split, created from the ruins of Dioclerian's Palace, is just a short drive away and makes for a great trip out with its bust port and many shops and restaurants.
Trogir is made up of part of the mian land, with a bridge that leads out to an island encircled by medieval city walls, and another bridge following onto a futher, larger island. The streets of the old town are very narrow, with a fascinating collection of hidden gems including craft shops and local eateries.
Trogir town museum exhibits costumes and artefacts based on the history of this place. At St. Nicholas Church there is a Church Art collection and Old Benedictine Nunnery collection.
Trogir has it's own cathedral - St. Lawrence - a beautiful gothic building situated in the old town.
Down by the waterfront is the 14th century Kamerlengo Fortress, built to protect and control the harbour. For a small fee, you will be able to walk along the fortress walls and enjoy amazing views of the maze of streets in the old town.
The Kornati National Park is made up of 12% of all of Croatia's islands (around 1200 of them!). Sailors are particularly attracted to them, sailing out to a peaceful and private hideaway. There are many boat excursions that can be taken along the Dalmation coast which will explore these islands.
Volleyball courts, Bike hire, Cycle route, Fishing
Banana boats, Jet ski, Parasailing, Water-skiing
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