Trogir, often referred to as the "Stone Beauty," is a historic town located on the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Listed as a UNESCO, its well-preserved medieval core beckons visitors with its enchanting blend of architecture and seafront splendors. Read more

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Situated on a small island, Trogir is connected to the Croatian mainland and the island of Čiovo by bridges. The town's history spans more than 2,300 years and has seen various influences, most notably Greek, Roman, and Venetian. The result is a rich tapestry of historical sites nestled amidst charming streets. The maze-like alleys, radiant squares, and a waterfront promenade lined with bars and cafes make Trogir a delightful stop on the Dalmatian coast.
Trogir is a treasure trove for history enthusiasts and those seeking the charm of a Mediterranean town, where every cobblestone and façade whispers tales of epochs gone by. Whether strolling along its seafront or delving into its ancient streets, Trogir promises a journey through time.

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Trogir Cathedral (Cathedral of St. Lawrence)

A stunning example of Romanesque and Gothic architecture. The portal by sculptor Radovan is a particular highlight.

Kamerlengo Castle

Built by the Venetians in the 15th century, this fortress offers panoramic views of Trogir and the surrounding sea.

Cipiko Palace

A grand testament to Trogir's wealthy past, this complex of buildings showcases Renaissance and Gothic architectural elements.

Trogir Town Gate and City Walls

Historical entrances to the city that have stood as silent witnesses to Trogir's storied past.

St. Dominic Monastery

Dating back to the 13th century, this monastery features a blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles and houses a collection of artworks.

Central Square (John Paul II Square)

The heart of Trogir, surrounded by historic buildings, including the Loggia and the Clock Tower.

St. Nicholas Church

A noteworthy church, representing the Romanesque style, and known for its remarkable interiors.

Museum of Sacred Art

Located within the confines of the Cathedral, it showcases religious artifacts and artworks from the region.

St. Peter's Church

A Baroque styled church adorned with a beautifully crafted exterior and interior.

Vitturi Park

A tranquil spot, perfect for relaxation, offering views of Kamerlengo Castle and the sea.

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In and around Trogir

Split (15.28 km)

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Klis (22.34 km)

Perched on a limestone hill overlooking Split, the ancient town of Klis is renowned for its impressive fortress and rich tapestry of history.

Church of Croatian Martyrs (30 km)

Nestled in the town of Udbina, the Church of Croatian Martyrs stands as a solemn testament to the nation's history, offering a fusion of architectural splendor and deep spiritual resonance. This modern sanctuary is both a place of worship and remembrance.

Šibenik (37.49 km)

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Šibenik (38.48 km)

Step into a world of time-honored history and stunning beauty in Šibenik, a gem on the Adriatic Sea. Known for its captivating fortresses and Gothic-Renaissance cathedral, Šibenik is a perfect destination for history aficionados and seaside lovers alike

Makarska (67.08 km)

Nestled between the azure embrace of the Adriatic Sea and the rugged Biokovo Mountain, Makarska is Croatia's riviera gem. It's a fusion of sun-kissed beaches, vibrant nightlife, and rich history that awaits every wanderer.

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