Trogir is one of the most beautiful Croatian small towns. This historical town is just 10 minutes away from Split International airport with three nautical marinas in a radius of 3 km. These facts make it a perfect departure point for sailing holidays and cruising along the Adriatic Sea.
City of Happy Moments
The old city core is on an island. The small bridge connects it to the mainland and the big bridge to the island Čiovo In 2019. is finished construction of a brand new bridge that solved the traffic jams during the summer months.
The entire city of Trogir is a museum and a place where there is an attraction behind every corner. Greek colonists from the island of Vis founded the city of Trogir in the 3rd. St. B.C. It considers being the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in Central Europe.
Trogir has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. Its culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks and then the Romans, and Venetians. Trogir has a high concentration of palaces, churches, and towers, as well as a fortress “Karmelengo.” The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period. It was embellished by successive rulers with many beautiful public and domestic buildings and fortifications.
This inspiring Mediterranean city has attracted many great masters ever since the time of the ancient Greeks. These masters lived in Trogir and created some of their most famous masterpieces here.
The this City of Masters began its master story with the portal of Master Radovan, Muscardelli, Aleši, Blaž Jurjev Trogiranin, Firentinac, and Duknović. These masters marked a turning point in the history of Trogir, placing it at the very top of the art world.
Since 1997. is under UNESCO protection. Well preserved city walls, doors, and palaces, several churches, and monasteries. St. John’s cathedral with masterpiece Portal of Master Radovan. The Romanesque art of Radovan’s portal describes the humanistic truth of redemption and shows us that good and love always outweigh evil.
This is just part of what you can expect to see in this charming little town of cozy narrow streets paved by yellow smooth stone.
Start your sailing adventure from Trogir
Trogir is the yachting center of the area. There are three marinas in a radius of only 2 km around the city. ACI Marina Trogir, SCT marina, and Marina Baotić. From these marinas, you can find any model of the yacht for charter and sailing holidays, sailing yacht, catamaran, motorboat, or gulet.
For those who are spending a vacation in a hotel or holiday home, the best cost-effective way to explore the beautiful archipelago of close islands is the daily boat trip. Spend a day swimming and snorkeling in the Blue Lagoon, visit the island of Olives- Šolta, Zlatni rat beach on Brač, sip the afternoon cocktail in Hvar.
Trogir is an ideal departure base for sailing vacation thanks to the vicinity of Split Airport and the motorway. In the city center and the area are several big supermarkets where you can make the food provision for your sailing week. Do not miss to visit the green market in the city center, with outstanding homegrown local products, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Just next to the green market is the fish market.