Trogir is one of the most beautiful historical cities in Dalmatia, a cozy, beautiful place. There are good beaches on the island of Ciovo near Trogir.
Trogir (Trau), the “museum city” in Croatia, is one of the oldest and most exciting towns on the Adriatic coast, located 25 km west of Split. It is integrated with a small island, Ciovo. Travelers looking for both active and passive recreation can have fun in this small town with a population of 11,000. The average maximum temperature is 26 degrees in June, 29 degrees in July and August, and 25 degrees in September.

Trogir’s rich culture is due to Greek, Roman, and Venetian influences. The city has uniquely preserved its architectural treasures – here as if time had stopped in the Middle Ages, the narrow and winding streets are said to exude a Venetian atmosphere. It is one of the best-preserved medieval city centers in Europe.
Trogir’s historic buildings are located on a walled island accessible through 16th-century land and sea gates. In the old town, visitors can admire churches, Renaissance and Baroque buildings and palaces built in a beautiful romantic style. Cafés, restaurants, and ice cream parlors can also be tried. Since 1997, UNESCO has rightly considered this World Heritage-surrounded district, connected to the mainland by a stone bridge, to be part of the World Heritage. Another 110 m bridge connects Trogir to the island of Ciovo. It is worth roaming in the old town of Trogir even after dark: the atmosphere is quite different. The old town offers countless attractions, day or night, and it is recommended to visit almost every street.

Modern things, for example, yachts, can be found in the wonderful waterfront part of Trogir, renovated in 2002. There are many picturesque bays around the city: Seget and Saldun Bay are noteworthy. The good beaches and most of the accommodation are on the island of Ciovo, which can be reached by car on two bridges or even, some beaches, by boat taxi.