Gorgeous yet tiny Trogir (formerly Trau) is beautifully set within medieval walls, its streets knotted & mazelike. Its fronted by a wide seaside promenade, lined with bars & cafes, as well as countless yachts in the summer.
Trogir is unique among Dalmatian towns for its profuse collection of Romanesque & Renaissance architecture (which flourished under Venetian rule); this, along with its magnificent cathedral, earned its UNESCO World Heritage status in 1997.
Trogir is an easy day trip from Split and a relaxing place to spend a few days, taking an outing or two to nearby islands or enjoying the local beaches. Pop across a small bridge to visit the island of Ciovo, where you will find chilled beach clubs & restaurants hidden in the pine forest with the clear waters in front.
Rich in History & Culture, there are plenty of things to see such as the Cathedral of St Lovro, Kamerlengo Fortress, Grand Cipiko Palace & the Convent of St Nicholas as well as so much more.