Trogir is a small town and harbour at the end of the Kastelanski Bay, just 27 kilometres from Split. Many beautiful beaches are located in and around Trogir, especially around Seget and in the Saldun Bay. In the town of Trogir, there is the ACI Marina which is very important for nautical tourism in Croatia.
Two millennia of stormy history have been written on this tiny islet straddling the isthmus between the gentle hills and fertile plain on the mainland and the coast of the island Ciovo.
Its first pages were written long ago by the Illyrians, Greeks and Romans who built the town; it was continued in the 7th century by the Croats, who developed their autonomous municipality, whether under their own or foreign sovereigns (the Byzantine Empire, Hungary, Venice, France, Austria) into one of the most beautiful towns on the Adriatic coast.
Trogir is a treasury of art, or as the famous Berenson puts it - "Town-Museum". Ancient Kairos, Roman fragments and inscriptions, and rustic early Croatian art will all compete for your attention.
However, that is not the end of Trogir's treasures there is still the Romanesque portal of Master Radovan to visit, the Gothic and Renaissance masterpieces of Gojkovic, Alesi, Duknovic and Nikola Firentinac to admire. Then there is the coolness of the sturdy walls and bastions to enjoy, the lush beauty of the cathedral, the mystique of the streets and vaults, the harmony of colour and form of the paintings, miniatures and carving.
In the quiet of the museums, treasuries, art collections and old libraries, amidst the monuments in stone, and the old narrow streets you can follow the continuity of life and man`s creativity in this Adriatic climate where the sun and sea, stone and nature, have merged with life.