Town-museum in the true sense of the word. Trogir is a little medieval city at the seaside with troubled past and prominent stone buildings which played a great role in its inscription to the UNESCO World heritage list. The historic town core is an islet connected with 2 bridges to the island of Ciovo and the mainland. The old town core has been formed between the 13th and 15th century inside defense walls that were restored by Venice in the 15th century. They also added two forts that are still preserved: Castle Kamerlengo and the Tower of Saint Marc. Castle Kamerlengo is situated in the south-west side of the island. Its present shape is in the exact state as it was in the 15th century. South of the castle is the tower of Saint Marc also from the 15th century, and between the tower and the castle there is a gloriet from the time of the French occupation. The eastern part of the town has developed around the main square with the cathedral. The western part named Pasika, was built later in the century. The entrance into the town from the north is through the renaissance town gates from the 17th century with the sculpture of Blessed John Orsini, the patron of the town. On the main square is the cathedral from the 13th – 15th century with characteristics of both Romanesque and Gothic styles. The entrance of the cathedral holds the most valuable work of the Romanesque sculpture in Dalmatia – the portal of master Radovan from 1240.
Trogir is connected with all European centres by air connections and train. The airport Split is only 5 km far from Trogir. If you arrive by car, just follow the main Croatian highway A1 from Zagreb via Split to Trogir (Prgomet exit). If you come from Italy, follow the Adriatic road via Rijeka, Karlobag, Zadar and Šibenik or the highway A1 from Rijeka via Split to Trogir (Prgomet exit).
During Your holiday You will have the opportunity to enjoy Yourselves by going out in the evening and walking through the little streets of the city during the summer Culture festival which offers klapa`s performance, varied concerts, museum exhibitions, varied performances on city square and waterfront, painters, theatrical events, summer School of music, poetry night, fun events for the Young or take a part in gorgeous celebration of the Assumption Of Mary.