Holidays to Trogir
Trogir is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. It’s a small town so there’s little in the way of nightlife, with only a few small bars near the waterfront. Walking into the town and along the coast is a night time tradition here. The history and architecture of this little town is abundant, with several mediaeval buildings and museums showcasing art works or artefacts of the town in days gone by.
3km from the town of Trogir is this beautiful, pebble beach stretching for 2km with plenty of facilities.
Enjoy the unspoiled nature of pine forests and crystal sea on this beautiful and shady sandy beach just outside Trogir.
St Lawrence’s cathedral
A 3-naved Venetian cathedral, one of the finest architectural works in Croatia, built from the 13th to 15th Century.
This 15th Century building has a Gothic yard decorated with coats of arms and a monumental staircase.
St Nicholas’s Convent
The treasury of this Benedictine convent is home to a dazzling 3rd Century relief of Kairos, the god of opportunity.
Right at the western tip of Trogir, this elegant gazebo was built by the French during the occupation of Dalmatia.
Seafood stew typically served with creamy polenta. It’s rich and has a great depth of flavour.
This stewed beef dish is prepared with a very special sauce and is like a beef stew, cooked slowly for hours.
Take a walk
This is the tradition: when you come to Trogir in the evening, the first thing to be done is to take a walk around.
A popular bar in Trogir offering great drinks, atmosphere and a range of music as well as lovely views.
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