Trogir is besides Split and Dubrovnik another pearl in Dalmatia. Trogir is only about 25 km north of Split and is a real highlight for every Croatia tourist. Trogir owes its special charm to its old town, which is separated from the mainland by a small canal. More than 2000 years old, the city enchants visitors from all over the world with its romantic streets, the palm fringed promenade and the warmth of its inhabitants. In 1997, the entire old town with its churches and squares was declared a World Heritage by UNESCO.
For water sports enthusiasts the Kamerlengo fortress from the 15th century is already visible from afar and a landmark of the city.
In summer there are various festivals and activities that which especially worth visiting Trogir.
Below is a list of marinas, restaurants and shopping possibilities in Trogir.