The island of Ciovo is connected to Trogir by two bridges. There is a regular bus service to Trogir throughout the year, and in the summer there is a boat line to the center of Trogir. The historic sites located in the center of Trogir are 1500m away, or by walking 15 to 20 minutes using the shortened route.


Trogir (small Dubrovnik) is an island with one of the largest historical monuments in the world, abounds in beauty and history and is protected by UNESCO. It is located in central Dalmatia, northwestern part of the Bay of Kastela, between Split (21 km) and Sibenik (56 km). Split Airport nearby (4 km), A1 motorway exit (15km), Split ferry port (25 km) and excellent bus connections to the surrounding towns make Trogir accessible and open from land and sea. Due to its location and natural protection, nautical harbor is a favorite destination. Trogir is a remarkable example of urban continuity. The orthogonal plan of the streets of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and is decorated by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and forts. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by remarkable Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period.
If we add to all those sunny days, it is an ideal destination for adventure exploration of Dalmatia, a lazy vacation, an escape from the mainland and wandering its waters. Rent a boat and explore the nearby islands when the sea is calm. Enjoy the picturesque islands of Fumi and Kraljevac, or swim in the magnificent Krknjasi lagoon. If you have more experience on a boat ride, you can easily reach the most beautiful islands of Hvar, not far from Trogir. Sail to one of the most beautiful ports in the world – the island of Hvar (20 NM or 1.5 hour drive), enjoy the unspoiled nature of the Pakleni islands or visit the natural phenomena on the island of Brac, Zlatni rat beach. Arriving in the port of Trogir, the city walls, the Kamerlengo tower and numerous church bells will leave you breathless. It is interesting that in 1271 the first pharmacy in Europe was opened in Trogir, which is only a reason why Trogir becomes your next holiday destination.



Two small islands across Trogir, a ferry ride away to the sandiest beach in the region. 


SOLIN, ruins left by the Romans are still visible here. 


SPLIT, also UNESCO protected sight holds the Dioclecian palace built by Roman emperor.


CETINA, a clear fast river near town of Omiš. 


ŠIBENIK, another historic UNESCO site only 40 km away from Trogir 


KRKA WATERFALLS, only one hour from Trogir in the national park of Krka with 7 waterfalls. 


ZADAR, is known for its Sea Organs and The Sun monuments. It is a 3 hour drive from Trogir.


national park. It is a 3 hour drive from Trogir.