Trogir is situated in a small island squeezed in between the mainland and the larger island of Ciovo. Except for the green parks the entire island is occupied by spectacular constructions in stone-houses, palaces, churches, monasteries, towers, walls etc. The streets are narrow and they truly give a feel of how life might have been in the old days. You will visit the main attraction in Trogir - the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. This 13th century building is probably the finest example of sacral architecture in Croatia.
Experience the Old World splendour of one of the most beautiful Croatian towns during this memorable visit to historic Trogir.
Depart the pier for the scenic, approximate 40-minute drive northwest along the Split Riviera en route to Trogir.
Situated on a small island, Trogir is squeezed between the mainland and the larger island of Ciovo, and is accessible via a bridge. Upon arrival, leave your coach and walk across the bridge. Trogir, a veritable open-air museum, was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. It features narrow, cobblestone passageways winding between Medieval buildings and Renaissance-era palaces, along with spectacular stone houses, churches, monasteries, towers, city walls, and green parks. Sites to be seen during your guided walking tour of the city include the Town Loggia, Town Hall and Cipiko Palace.
Next, visit the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. This 13th-century building is considered to be one of the finest examples of sacral architecture in Croatia. Its unusual construction with three naves and semicircular apses dominates the town. A local artist, Radovan, carved the famous main portal in the 13th century.
Following your visit, re-board the coach for the approximate 45-minute return drive to the pier.