How to get to Trogir?
The nearest airport to get to Trogir is Split Airport located only 3 km from the city itself. The most amazing thing is that you can also get a direct bus from the airport to Trogir. You can easily find this bus stop since it is right in front of the airport.
Zadar airport - Trogir base: 120km / 60 min
Split airport - Trogir base: 5km / 10 min
However, if you do not want to take this bus to Trogir, then you can hire a taxi which is also your go-to option to get to this beautiful city.
Saturday from 17:00 till Sunday 11:00.
Friday from 15:00 till Saturday 8:30 with obligatory return on Friday till 18:00.
Gives you opportunity for boarding between 13 and 14 h.
Enjoy fine dining and delicious Croatian cuisines at famous restaurants in Trogir. Here we have listed some top choices that you should consider for fine dining:
Trogir is a perfect place to visit in the summer. It has something to offer for everyone. So, let’s take a look at some of the places and things to do in Trogir:
Trogir Cathedral, also known as Cathedral of St. Lawrence, is one of the most beautiful architectural achievements in Croatia. The construction of this cathedral was built on an ancient church's site that was completed around 1500. The most noticeable feature is a Romanesque door flanked by on either side stone lions. It also contains a 14th century bell tower that can be climbed.
The Dalmatian Coast is popular here for its blue waters and tranquility. Medena Beach is beautiful and is located only 4 km from Trogir. This pebble beach is said to offer so much fun to its visitors. Don't forget to sail to Ciovo Island, which is located on the other side of the bridge. You can also visit Slatina, on the other side of the island, and Kava for a nice sandy beach experience.
The attractive Kamerlengo Castle was built in the early 15th century and it was used as a governor's palace for a time. With high walls connected to its three towers and magnificent views over the sea, this is a magnificent old castle that you must visit.
The Town of Marina
Just 20 km west of Trogir is the pretty seaside town of Marina, which you must visit. This picturesque town is dominated by a massive tower that has been converted into an amazing hotel.
Overall, this lovely seaside resort boasts a pebbly beach, beautiful sand and remarkable architecture in its two beautiful churches:
These two churches were built in the 15th century. And even more amazing is the fact that both of them are still maintained by the same families. You can easily enjoy an amazing, fun and memorable day trip to this city of Marina.
If you like Dalmatia’s Mediterranean climate, vegetation, historical heritage and landscape with scattered islands full of beautiful beaches, island of Čiovo is a perfect place for your sailing vacation in Trogir.
Čiovo is connected via bridge to the mainland and it is a favorite destination for relax free sailing holiday. There are various attractions one can experience during their visit to Čiovo. They are mostly mix of modern touristic offer and ancient heritage that can be experienced through fisherman's festivals, diving excursions, visits to ancient monuments and of course sailing trips.
One of the most interesting sights to see, if you are fond of ancient times, is Monastery of St. Ante from 17th century build above ancient Franciscan Monastery of St. Antony. This Monastery served in the old days as a shelter for hermits and it still to this day depicts life conditions of 17th century Franciscan priests.
If you are more into sun, beach and leisure time, than visit Čiovo’s most know beach in Okrug Gornji – Milićevo. This almost 2km long pebbled beach is know as Croatian Copacabana. Here you can enjoy various Dalmatian dishes prepared in numerous restaurants, visit bars or enjoy many sport activities like, beach scooter, paragliding or tube riding.
Apart from Okrug Gornji, Čiovo has other districts that offer variety of other experiences; in Okrug Donji you can enjoy local delicacies served in taverns, restaurants or try windsurfing and scuba diving along its numerous beautiful beaches.
Arbanija, which is a small village some 4 km from Trogir, offers unique beautiful beaches and nature full of coves that gives you an opportunity to enjoy peaceful sailing holiday close to civilization.
Just opposite from Split, district Slatine offers an alternative sport fields for soccer and basketball located close to restaurants and local taverns.
The pristine Croatian coast will surprise you with numerous beautiful islands. However, if you are on a sailing holiday in Trogir, then here are some of the most lucrative islands near Trogir to sail to:
Trogir is the most convenient location for visiting some of the popular destination like:
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