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Detail in the old town
Detail in the old town
Trogir is one of the real pearls of the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic. The settlement built on an island was founded B. C. by ancient Greeks - the name of the town was Tragurion in that era. Luckily, the traces of millennia and centuries didn't vanish with time, the old town with its lanes, calles and art and cultural heritage has been part of UNESCO's World Heritage list since 1997.

In our days Trogir is primarily a trip destination, where people visiting the town can spend pleasant hours, let it be during the day or the night. From a beach goer's point of view, due to the crowdedness of the place, the town itself is not an ideal choice, still, one can find two beaches on the eastern side of the town (Gradska Beach and Pantan Beach). Instead, beaches are plenty in the surrounding area. On the adjacent island of Čiovo one could go for the beaches of Okrug Gornji, Mastrinka, Arbanija - these are relatively close to Trogir and might be crowded during the season or for Slatine or Okrug Donji with more relaxed beaches. Better beaches of the mainland are situated west of Trogir, like in Seget Donji, Seget Vranjica, the water quality east of the town along Kaštela Bay is yet to recover from its industrial past and lack of infrastructure.

In Split's shadow Trogir can be regarded as a small town, due to Trogir's bridge connecting Čiovo Island with the mainland it's a traffic hub. Unfortunately the roads leading to Trogir and evenmore the Čiovo Bridge are not capable to handle the vehicle traffic, thus, during the season traffic jams are regular both at the T hub in Trogir's center (by the Konzum Supermarket and the market) and on the mainland and Čiovo Island ends of the bridge. If you plan to visit Trogir, one possible option to consider is leaving your car out of the town and approaching the town by boat from Split ( Split - Slatine - Trogir line), from Seget Donji or from Okrug Gornji.

Our website, Trogir.info offers details and more information about various aspects of the town - it might worth exploring our pages:

Trogir from the sea, from east
Trogir from the sea, from east


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