The city of Trogir, with its medieval walls and bridges connecting it to the mainland, is a must-see destination for any history buff. Inhabited for more than 3600 years, this ancient town has seen much stirring in times past.
Trogir is a treasure trove of history and culture, with numerous traces left by local masters and world-class masters, and in 1997 UNESCO included it on the list of protected cultural monuments.
A visit to this ancient city will take you to explore its cobbled streets in search of works of art from different centuries created there on the spot and the many beautiful public and local buildings and fortifications built between the 13th and 15th centuries.

The architecture of this city is impressive. There are numerous squares and narrow streets lined with Romanesque churches and baroque palaces, with enough Venetian charm to make them unique.
The Cathedral of St. Lovre is one of the most famous monuments in Trogir; its construction began in 1213 and was completed in 1589. When you enter, there are valuable works from various artists inside, and the bell tower offers one of the best views.

When you arrive at the southwest corner, a fortress called Kamerlengo stands guard. Built-in the 15th century, it was once home to military units but today has been transformed into an outdoor for summer concerts and performances with stunning views from its top towards either city or sea!

The summertime is the best time to visit Trogir, as it has a beautiful promenade by its pristine sea. With bars and cafes dotting this path that lead into marble streets lined with palm trees, Trogir is also rich in gastronomic heritage, so while you are there, be sure to try the traditional “rafiole” pastry.

What to see

  • Old Town
  • Cathedral of St. Lovre
  • Chipico palace
  • Benedictine monastery
  • Fortress Kamerlengo
  • Trogir Museum

Where to eat

  • Vanjaka
  • Don Dino
  • Bocel
  • Mirkec