Trogir is an island with one of the biggest historical heritage in the world, abound in beauty and history and it’s protected by UNESCO. It is located in central Dalmatia, northwest part of Kaštela bay, between Split (21 km) and Šibenik (56 km). Airport Split vicinity (4 km), highway exit A1 (15km), ferry port Split (25 km) and excellent bus connection with the surrounding places, make Trogir accessible and open from the land and sea. Due to its location and natural protection, its nautical port is a favourite destination.
Trogir is a lively Mediterranean town that offers numerous vacation possibilities, adventures and a lot of fun. Enter through the old town gate, take a walk through the town and let your imagination take you to historical times. Relax on the main town square, enjoy the view of the cathedral, town clock and palace while having a cup of coffee in a coffee bar Corte, very popular among local people. If you would like to find out more about the history of Trogir, we recommend taking a guided tour. While passing through the town a tour guide will take you to historical times by retelling the stories and legends of Trogir. Climb up to the church bell of St. Lawrence cathedral and enjoy the unique panoramic view of Trogir and its surrounding. Let the food odour take you to the garden of famous tavern Capo where you can try local Dalmatian cuisine or let the hospitable staff of the restaurant Don Dino help you choose the specialities and quality wines from their rich menu.