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Trogir is one of the oldest and most

exciting cities you may choose as

your holiday destination on the

Croatian coast.


It is a small town of 12.000

inhabitants in Central Dalmatia, on

the Eastern coastline of the Adriatic

Sea, and its heart is an islet between

the hills on the mainland and the

Island of Čiovo.


With its 2.700 sunny h/year the

mediterranean climate resches an

average yearly temperature above

15°C, reaching more than 30°C in

summer, when the sea temperature

is well above 25°C.













































Tourism is the largest industry in the

Trogir area with a total daily

accommodation capacity of more

than 25.000 guests.


The gulf of Trogir Saldun is

surrounded by islands in a crystal

clear sea:

people from all around the world

come here to experience the town

and its people and many are those

who anchor their boat under the

town walls to enjoy its unique

beauty, but summer time Trogir

Waterfront is only for yachts longer

than 25 m, still there are local

Marinas and it is very easy to get to

anchorages in the islands of Čiovo,

Drvenik Mali and Veli and Šolta.













































Trogir is very easily reachable by air

from major European cities with

Split Airport only 3 km away, by car

from Zagreb through Karlovac-

Gracac-Knin and from Italy through

Rijeka-Zadar-Šibenik, by boat from

the Italian Cities of Venezia, Ancona,

Pescara, Bari.


The most popular public beaches of

the Trogir Riviera are Pantan Beach,

1,5 km East of Trogir, Okrug Beach

(Okrug Gornji) most popular 5 km

from town's Centre and Kava Beach

(Slatine) 12 km from Trogir - both on

the Island of Čiovo - and Medena

Beach (Seget) 4 km from Trogir.













































Thanks to a touristic tradition of

over a 100 years Trogir will charm

you with its friendly people and

warm hospitality.


You will be able to enjoy in over 100

bars and restaurants, these with

Dalmatian fish dishes, light and

healthy specialties prepared with

natural ingredients as well as classic

continental food on the menu.


All prices and payments are in Euro

and almost every shop and

restaurant also accept all major

credit cards:

four bank offices and several

automatic cash machines are at your

service in central Trogir.













































The ongoing integration process in

the European Union starts in 1997

with the acknowledgement by

UNESCO of Trogir as part of the

World Cultural Heritage, "a

remarkable example of urban



The islet has a 2.300 years rich

cultural tradition:

the Greeks settled Tragurion 4-5th

century BC, the Romans made

Tragurium a municipality joined to

Salona, Centre of the Roman

Province, and the Venetians created

in Traů the palaces, churches,

towers and fortress that make

today's "Little Venice" the very

"Stone Beauty" of the Coast.


After the fall of Roman Empire in 5th

century Trogir developed as an

independent town, then the Croats

came and during the 10th century the

formal independent Roman

"oppidum" was renewed, struggling

for centuries on Hungary's side

against the Venetians.


At the end the town was taken by

Venice in 1420, devastated and

rebuilt - very much as we can see it

today - during an occupation lasted

almost four centuries, until 1797.












































A few years of freedom, then the City

falls under Napoleon's and Austro-

Hungarian domination until 1914,

regardless of a very short Croatian

self-ruling in 1877:

after WWI Trogir becomes with

Croatia a part of several kingdoms

and after WWII of the Yugoslavian



The real modernization of Trogir

starts as late as the Seventies with

the ship industry and tourism,

interrupted in 1991 by the latest

Balcan War:

today life is back to normal and

Trogir an even more popular tourist

attraction than ever before.


From Trogir you can easily reach

Split Diocletian's Palace, Salona,

Šibenik, its Renaissance Cathedral

of St. James, the Krka National Park

and much more.






































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