Trogir is a town in Croatia and is located in central Dalmatia, about 30 km west of Split. The entire old town of Trogir is one of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
In the medieval town center surrounded by walls, comprises a preserved castle and tower, about ten churches and a number of houses and palaces of the periods of the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque.
Some of the main attractions:
- St. Lawrence's Cathedral from the 13th Century. The west portal is a masterpiece by Radovan, and the important work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in the country.
- City gate and city wall.
- Kamerlengo 15th Century.
- Prince's Palace from the 13th Century.
- Large and small palace from the 15th Cipiko Century.
- City Loggia from the 15th Century.
You can reach over the drawbridge of Ciovo Trogir, which connects the historic center with the newer settlements. Outside of Trogir you can find several shady caves, shallow coasts and Mediterranean type scrub of myrtle, wormwood, pine and oak trees.
This "gateway to Ciovo" is the liveliest place in the region. A varied evening entertainment and many tourist attractions provide an opportunity to spend more here than just one day.
Especially the Cathedral entrance and Cipiko Palace may miss no visitors Croatia. On the island are only part of the city of Trogir five other towns: Slatine, Arbanija, Zedno, Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji.
West of Ciovo Okrug Gornji, with its popular nude beaches in the region, which occupy only a small part of the 3 km long Badestreifens. Just 4 km from the center of Trogir, is this tourist magnet, whose clear and not too stormy sea lures for diving and swimming. Diving schools are located on the beach, as well as boat and scooter rental and paragliding manufacturer.