Trogir, Croatia


Situated 30 km on the west from Split, beautiful medieval city of Trogir, subscribed in the 1997 to UNESCO world heritage list, presents one of the most preserved historical centers of the whole Adriatic.

Historic quarter of Trogir spreads on the minuscule island: in the beginning, it was a peninsula that was separated from the continent in the Middle Ages with a narrow artificial canal and then crossed with a small stone bridge.

The second bridge links Trogir with the adjoining island of Ciovo where are situated a well equipped-marina, many tourist places and a lot of beautiful coves equally enjoyable for swimming and mooring.

The old city built with the same white stone constitutes a unit with preserved harmony. There one can admire among Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and baroque styles.

It's paved narrow streets wind between the old medieval houses, pretty squares, ancient churches, palaces, monasteries, and bring you to the Riva, the promenade along the Adriatic full of moored ships.


Land Gate
Town Museum in Garagnin Palace

St Lawrence's (Lovro's) Cathedral :
The west portal
St John of Trogir's Chapel Campanile

Cipiko Palace
Clock tower and the town Loggia
Town hall
Pinakoteka in the St.John's church
St Barbara's church
Church and the convent of St Nicholas

Town Gate
Small Loggia
Dominican Church
Kamerlengo Fortress
St Mark's Tower
Marmont's Gloriette


The amateurs of the hiking would be able to explore the paths on the neighboring island of Ciovo and the mount Kozjak spreading on the east, behind the Kastela Riviera until the town of Solin.


Turisticka zajednica Trogir
Trg Ivana Pavla II, 1
21 220 Trogir

00 385 (0)21/ 885 628

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