Welcome to the one of the oldest and most exciting cities on the Croatian side of Adriatic coast. Beautiful UNESCO protected town of 2300 years continuous urban tradition and one of the major tourist spots on Croatian coastline. During its long history, culture of Trogir was created under the influence of old Greeks, Romans, and Venetians. That’s what gives Trogir a unique beauty. Explore the small streets and squares that appear like labyrinth. Visit the famous sights Trogir is well known for, like Cathedral of St. Lawrence, Kamerlengo fortress, the town gate, Ćipiko place, Town Hall, Church of St. Nicholas and more. Enjoy the famous Trogir gastronomy in one of the towns’ many great restaurants. For the evening entertainment there are restaurants and bars where you can have fine cocktails or a glass of wine. Easy music is a good background for pleasant get-together, but the atmosphere rises and the party finishes sometimes at dawn with the sipping of first morning coffee on the waterfront. Visit our yacht charter base in Trogir.
Restaurant Frankie is famous for the fish specialties and a good choice of wines.
Restaurant Barba in Trogir
ACI Marina Trogir
ACI Marina Trogir lies opposite the historic centre of the town of the same name, on the northern coast of the island of Čiovo in Central Dalmatia. The good location and the proximity to Split Airport make it one of the most popular harbours on the Adriatic coast.
SCT Marina Trogir
The Baotic Marina (Marina Seget) is located in the district of Seget Donji in Central Dalmatia and borders on the village of Trogir. It was completed in 2009 and belongs to Baotic, a German-Croatian company, which also runs a charter management company. The owners of this company and the good accessibility to Split Airport, which is only 10 km away, have contributed to establishing Baotic Marina as a charter home port. Consequently, there is a lot of hustle and bustle, especially at the weekends.
Anchorage in Trogir
Anchorage in Trogir