Sail into one of the most beautiful Adriatic towns, and feel the real Mediterranean, where incredible heritage and catchy energy of modern time summer life will charm you like a summer affair and leave you with happy memories forever.
Trogir is a jewel of a town that was founded by Greek Colony from island Vis in 3rd century BC. Tiny medieval streets wind through the enchanting town revealing hidden restaurants and eye-catching galleries. A wide seaside promenade snakes around the town, culminating in a charming port full of sailboats. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage list as it is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe.
Port of embark – harbor and docking
Trogir is one of the main embark and disembark ports, next to Split and Dubrovnik.
It has a great vacancy to the main on-shore airport which is wonderfully connected with the rest of the world. Just 20 min drive will bring you on your yacht. This is Trogir’s advantage over Split city because it would take you an hour of driving to reach Split harbor especially due to summer crowds in the big city.
There is a large dock in Trogir but it might be very busy in summer time because it is used a lot by locals for their small boats which do one day excursions. This is why in public port it might be hard to reserve a spot but luckily there are three more options.
There are two private marinas. ACI marina Trogir and Baotić Marina. Both are suitable options, but you will have to pay to be moored there. Third option is to stay on the anchor in front of the city. You will be just a few minutes’ drive from the mainland and far away from unpleasant smells that can happen in large harbors like this.
Things to do in Trogir
Cultural monuments, such as the spectacular Trogir cathedral called Venetian Cathedral of St. Lovro and the Church of St. John the Baptist that has a gorgeous carved portal is considered one of the most crucial Croatian masterpieces from the most famous historical artist Ivan Meštrović. It is a perfect blend of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture.
Five church towers can be seen from the sea and many small shops and restaurants make Trogir one of the most visited locations in Croatia. A beautiful stone fortress Kamerlengo is an
eye-catching monument that was built in the 14th century. It was built in the shape of an irregular trapezoid with four towers as its angles. From the towers is the spectacular view of Trogir.
Beaches in Trogir
Neighboring islands called Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli are an attractive location with their sand beaches and secluded coves. Some of the most popular are Okrug beach, Kava beach and Medena beach.
There are truly many restaurants to choose from while staying in Trogir. We would like to help you and recommend just a few which prove themselves to be highly loved by our clients. Restaurant Queen Teuta has an amazing hidden terrace and wide choice of seafood.
Restaurant Dionis has a lovely terrace in the old town harbor which is full of docked yachts and is a city promenade. They have a wide menu from breakfast to gala dinner.
Nightlife in Trogir
You will not be disappointed in the partying scene because the town frequently organizes concerts with local and foreign singers and world-famous DJs. For the younger population there are a couple of electronic music festivals in the fortress of Kamerlengo.
Trogir to Split
Close to the Trogir is a big city called Split. A great place to go shopping. Besides the many malls, Split is rich in history. The most famous is Diocletian’s Palace which has the narrowest street in Croatia called “Pusti me da prođem” – meaning “Let me pass”. With many historical monuments that are connected with many interesting stories, Split gives you one of the best gastronomic offers of Croatia. Be sure to visit it!