Trogir belongs to the most beautiful cities on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. The medieval Old Town on the island was inscribed on the UNESCO list in 1997. Around it stretches the riviera with pebble beaches and numerous small islets.
Trogir was founded in ancient times and was already an important seaport at that time. Over time, occupied by the Venetians, it gained massive defensive walls that can be admired to this day. Inside, a small island focused the life of the city. Today it is a tangle of cobbled, narrow streets with stone, medieval, Renaissance and Baroque churches, tenement houses and palaces. The most important monument and symbol of the city is the cathedral of St. St. Lawrence, with a high belfry and a magnificent, carved tympanum above the entrance, and palaces, the Renaissance Ćipiko and built according to the Venetian designs of Stafileo. Streets of the Old Town live from early morning until late at night. There are many restaurants and cafes here, and the illuminated stone alleys make a great impression in the evening.
Outside the city walls is a palm-lined promenade, from which you can see the neighboring island of Ciovo connected to the old town by a bridge. This is where the most famous Trogir beaches are located, as well as numerous guesthouses, hotels and campsites as well as the yacht harbor.