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Since 1997, the historic city center of Trogir has been listed as a world heritage site. The examples of Venetian architecture in the city are amazing, though there are influences that go back to Greek settlements in the 3rd century BC. That means there has been 2,300 years of urban tradition and influence, all of which can be experienced by walking this city’s streets.

At the core of the city are about 10 churches and several buildings from the 13th century. The city walls are from the 15th century, while the city gate comes from the 17th century. Additional landmarks include the Cathedral, which offers the Portal of Master Radovan, along with the Duke’s Palace and the Fortress Kamerlengo.

Kamerlengo was built by the Republic of Venice and expanded upon a tower that was present as early as the late 14th century. It was a defensive structure and the place for administrative duties when first built. Today, Kamerlengo serves as a location of various performances throughout the summer months.

The town’s Mediterranean beauty was immortalised by the BBC, when scenes for episodes of Doctor Who were filmed here as a stand-in for Venice and Provence. The Tardis might have departed, but Trogir’s breathtaking setting remains, with a pedestrianised islet nestling between the residential mainland and the neighbouring island of Ciovo.

Croatia’s sunny climate has inspired a café culture in Trogir and its narrow streets are peppered with tables and parasols. The compact town centre is perfect for exploring on foot, while Split is less than half an hour’s drive east along stunning coastal roads. Trogir’s summer festival takes place during June, July and August with drama and dance performances, exhibitions and concerts. There is an annual folklore festival that’s held at the Square of St. John Paul II, plus there are other folklore and music shows held in Trogir’s streets and squares throughout the year.

With part of the city on any island, there are numerous opportunities to explore the coastline of Trogir. One of the best is Pantan Beach, which is just a little over a kilometer the city center. It offers some shade and 500 meters of sand and light gravel. Okrug Beach is another option, about 5 kilometers from the city center, and has two kilometers of coastline to explore. Or you can head out to Kava Beach and enjoy a more rustic experience outside of the city.

Take the family on an excursion to one of three national parks close to Trogir, the Krka National Park, the Plitvice Lakes and the Kornati Islands. Have a daytrip to Brac, Hvar and Vis, just some of the stunning islands off the coast. Go on a 25 kilometre off-road quad and buggy safari across the island of Ciovo or take it easy and have a game of badminton at Pantan Beach.

There are many lovely old and traditional restaurants in Trogir’s old town that are charming and offer a good selection of local specialities on their menus. There are more than 100 bars and restaurants within Trogir with traditional places such as Restaurant Kamerlengo in the old city as well as open air dining on terraces overlooking the sea in waterfront restaurants like Villa Mediterana. Enjoy live music and late night drinks at the Smokvica Lounge Bar & Café behind St. John’s Cathedral or head to the bars along the waterfront for colourful cocktails.

Trogir is a magnificent example of what Croatia offers to visitors today, make your way here and it will be an incredible experience. Holidays in Trogir condense all the charm of Croatia into a compact and picturesque coastal setting. This historic town oozes Mediterranean charisma with its terracotta roof tiles and rough stone walls, as well as being great place for sightseeing. Every building has a story to tell and every road leads to a fascinating destination.

Vacation in Trogir with children

To the west of Trogir is the family-friendly Medena Beach, a gravel beach with a backdrop of pine forest. It has a huge choice of water sports, beach volleyball and children’s playgrounds. There are numerous great beaches to be found on the Trogir Riviera including popular Okrug Gornji, a pebble beach lined with restaurants, cafés and bars. The whole family will enjoy the folklore and musical shows that often take place in Trogir’s squares and streets throughout the year, including the Summer Festival.

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What to see and do in Trogir ?

Trogir’s mainland streets feature a well-spaced collection of villas surrounded by mature trees, extending down onto a bustling coastal esplanade. Cross a narrow bridge onto the historic central island and the town’s character changes entirely. A maze of immaculate pathways and pavements snake around timeless stone buildings, with chic stores and boutique hotels just waiting to be discovered.
Tourism has been the main industry here for generations and holidays in Trogir are renowned for the warm hospitality served up by locals. This is a superb base for exploring the nearby Dalmatian Islands, although Trogir’s UNESCO-listed Old Town deserves exploration as well.

  • Historical city core, with about 10 churches and numerous buildings from the 13th century
  • The city gate (17th century) and city walls (15th century)
  • The Fortress Kamerlengo (15th century)
  • St. Peter Church
  • St. Sebastian’s Church
  • Garagnin-Fanfogna Palace
  •  Museum of sacred art
  • The Duke’s Palace (13th century)
  • The Cathedral (13th century) with the Portal of Master Radovan, the unique work of this Dalmatian artist
  • The big and small palaces Cipiko from the 15th century
  • The city loggia from 15th century

Take an all day cruise from Trogir and discover the picturesque islands such as Hvar and Brac just off the mainland. Treat your loved one to an excursion to the beautiful Krka National Park to see the spectacular waterfalls. Take a daytrip to the walled city of Dubrovnik or have an adrenaline fuelled day on a quad-biking safari.

Have a great day in Trogir

Start the day with some activities, and in the evening, go out for some great food. The city has a range of restaurants that offer all kinds of local and international food. There are also cafes and bars. If you have knowledge of good places which is not listed, you can send the information on e-mail.

From Pantan Beach take an organised kayak tour to explore along the Trogir Riviera. Popular beaches such as Medena Beach have beach volleyball and other activities like water sports and basketball and football pitches, while many of the beaches on the island of Ciovo have calm, crystal clear water that’s perfect for swimming in. There are numerous dive sites just a short boat ride away from Trogir where colourful corals and marine life such as groupers, dogfish, octopus and even sharks can be spotted.

With its location right on the coastline it’s not surprising that Trogir has a great choice of seafood restaurants. The waterfront is also the perfect place for an early evening cocktail or a late-night glass of local wine in one of the many bars that overlook the water. Head along the coast to the town of Primosten for a night to remember at Croatia’s largest club, Aurora.

Best time to travel

When is the best time to travel ? The best time to visit Trogir, Croatia is May, June, September and October. The weather in these months are very nice. July and August are peak season with peak prices and furthermore it can be very hot, especially in the afternoon.

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