Trogir - 2800 years of history and life in this city of monuments is a
sufficient reason why it was included on UNESCO's list of World
Heritage. It is located in central Dalmatia on the coast of the Kaštel's
gulf, on the island between island of Čiovo and the mainland -
connected to it with the stone bridge. Excellent transport connections -
airport Split is only 6 km away, vicinity of highways, railways, rapid
shipping lines link Trogir in a short time with the whole of Europe.
Trogir offers attractive accommodation in numerous hotels, apartments and rooms, villas, private homes, camps, and is particularly appealing to sailors (ACI marina Čiovo).The center of Trogir, which dates back from middle ages, is made of castle and a fortress, around which there are many buildings and monuments from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods.
The most important sights and attractions are Trogir Catherdral of St. Lawrence, whose western portal gate is made by Master Radovan, Kamerlengo towers, city gates, palace Eipiko, Town Hall, St. Peter's church.
With more than 2700 hours of sunshine annually, crystal clear waters, bays, beautiful beaches, rich nightlife and excellent cuisine Trogir is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia.