Trogir is a town with over 2300 years of tradition. Its rich culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks, Romans and Venetians. Trogir, with its concentration of palaces, churches, towers, and the fortress on a small island deserves the nickname "the Stone of Beauty".

It is located in Split-Dalmatia County and lies on a small island in the sea-passage between the mainland and the island of Ciovo, with which it is connected by a bridge. The Adriatic highway connects it with all the settlements in Dalmatia and in close proximity at only 4 kilometres away there is the Split Airport.

Trogir is predominantly a tourist destination with a mild Mediterranean climate. The historical town centre is a unique cultural monument, which in 1997 was listed on the UNESCO list of world heritage. The basic elements of medieval fortified town structure as well as its characteristically placed streets and squares have been kept to date in the urban and architectural core of the old town, thereby making Trogir one of the most important cultural goods on the Croatian territory.

Located in the area of Mediterranean climate, with its 2700 sunny hours per year Trogir is a real treasure among other Croatian tourist destinations.

Trogir tourist attractions

Town Museum - located in the old part of the town takes you on a journey through Trogir history.

Religious art collection of the Benedictine monastery - near the Southern city gate, next to the church of St. Nicholas.

Fortress Kamerlengo - Venetian fortress built to defend the city, on the west side of the peninsula of Trogir.

St. Lawrence's Cathedral with a bell tower - 47m high tower with magnificent view of the old Trogir.

Portal of Master Radovan - the most valuable monument built of the Dalmatian stone, which this master used also to carve stone for the cathedral of St. Lawrence.

City lodge - which was used as a courthouse, a porch and a meeting place. It was built during the Renaissance.

Cipiko - whose oldest walls date from the Middle Ages and the largest part of the complex was built in the 13th century