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Things to do in Trogir

 

If you ask me about the prettiest town/village in Croatia, my answer will be: Trogir. While Croatia is rich in well-preserved towns and villages that are full of charm, somehow Trogir was even more beautiful to me than the others. Trogir is set within medieval walls on a tiny island near the more famous city of Split on the Dalmatian Coast. Connected to the mainland by bridges, which make your arrival actually quite charming, you are off to a good start....Whether you visit as a day trip from Split or make Trogir your base, you cannot go wrong with exploring this small town and discovering what it has to offer. Surely you must be wondering about the best things to do in Trogir, the best attractions and activities, and about more Trogir travel tips. Trogir is connected on both sides by a bridge. The bridge to Ciovo Island is small, and during the summer can get really crowded. Old town Trogir is charming with its narrow cobblestone streets, limestone buildings, and wide, seafront promenade. The entire town is a historical monument with a considerable number of churches, fortification towers, and palaces.

Things to do in Trogi

If you ask me about the prettiest town/village in Croatia, my answer will be: Trogir.

While Croatia is rich in well-preserved towns and villages that are full of charm, somehow Trogir was even more beautiful to me than the others. 

Trogir is set within medieval walls on a tiny island near the more famous city of Split on the Dalmatian Coast. Connected to the mainland by bridges, which make your arrival actually quite charming, you are off to a good start.

Whether you visit as a day trip from Split or make Trogir your base, you cannot go wrong with exploring this small town and discovering what it has to offer.

Surely you must be wondering about the best things to do in Trogir, the best attractions and activities, and about more Trogir travel tips.

Trogir is connected on both sides by a bridge. The bridge to Ciovo Island is small, and during the summer can get really crowded. Old town Trogir is charming with its narrow cobblestone streets, limestone buildings, and wide, seafront promenade. The entire town is a historical monument with a considerable number of churches, fortification towers, and palaces.

Here are the top things to do.

  • Relax on the beautiful beaches
  • Visit the center of the old town of Trogir
  • Excursion
  • Other
  • Restaurants



1. Relax on the beautiful beaches

Best beaches in Trogir
Many of the best beaches in Trogir are located in vicinity of Trogir town, along the Trogir Riviera, on Ciovo island and Drvenik islands (Veliki and Mali Drvenik). You don’t have to travel far for a quality beach experience! If you are looking for best beaches for you vacation along Trogir Riviera, here is a selection of the most popular ones.

2. Visit the center of the old town of Trogir

Gorgeous Trogir (called Trau by the Venetians) is set within medieval walls on a tiny island, linked by bridges to both the mainland and to the far larger Čiovo Island. On summer nights everyone gravitates to the wide seaside promenade lined with bars, cafes and yachts, leaving the knotted, mazelike marble streets gleaming mysteriously under old-fashioned streetlights.

Father and son, Petar and Koriolan Cipiko, managed, clearly according to a certain family programme and with strategic marriages, to occupy the...

The Cathedral of St. Lawrence (of St. John of Trogir) takes the main place among the Trogir churches. The churc...

Fortress Kamerlengo is situated at west end of Trogir islet, built by Veneti...

Renovated in 2002, the Trogir Waterfront is located in the southern part of the city. There yo...

The Trogir Museum was founded in 1963, but opened in 1966. The Museum is located within a unique complex of several palac...

The Benedictine Monastery of St. Duje was built in 1064 next to the Church of St. Duje by the efforts o...

3. Excursion

Trogir fish picnic starts in the harbor in front of the old city. It is a full day tri...

The National Park Krka is one of the most visited attractions in the region. It's really a marvel of nature and...

Blue Lagoon - Accommodation in Split region, Trogir

Krknjasi bay on the east coast of the island Veli Drvenik is known as the Blue Lagoon ...

3. Other

Rent a boat Trogir
Rent a boat in Trogir

Can you imagine a better way to explore the wonderful Adriatic Sea?

Imagine to “jump” to one of the close islands, to stay in one of the numerous bays, to feel the salty wind on your skin! If you feel safer by letting somebody else drive you in a boat to a place you have in mind, just reant a boat and enjoy.

 

4. Restaurants in Trogir

If you want to enjoy Mediterranean, i.e. authentic Dalmatian cuisine, you have come to the right place – Kamerlengo Res...

 Great pizzeria with very good reviews.                                                   ...

(Organized delivery) Restaurant stake house Coccolo Trogir i...

Fresh seafood and Mediterranean specialties, fresh shellfish, top quality shrimp, delicious fi...

The restaurant Neverin, on the ground floor of Villa Domić, with its typical Dalmatian atmosphere, offers traditional Dalm...

(Organized delivery)  Fast Food Big Mama is located on Tr...

Restaurant Barba is one of the restaurants in Trogir that should not be missed. For more than 20 years since its open...