Trogir – an unique city island where you can have the best vacation in your life! Gastronomy that will take you out of your shoes, architecture that is breathtaking and the locals – so kind and open for all the people visiting this beautiful city!
These are the TOP 5 thing you have to do while you’re in Trogir:
1. Trogir market – market which you first make a photo out of it and than you buy groceries! Tradition of this market goes almost 200 years back in the past. Along with fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, homemade jams and marmalades here you can buy liqueurs and attractive bottles of brandy with different herbs and aromas. And don’t foget to participate (at least a little bit) in traditional bargaining 🙂
2. Cathedral of St. Lawrence – built on the site of an ancient church destroyed by the Saracens, commenced in 1193 and continued for many years until finally completed around 1500. It is definitely one of the most beautiful and most interesting cathedrals in Croatia. One of the most notable features is the amazing Romanesque door, carved in 1240 by Master Radovan. Best is to book a Trogir walking tour and get to know the city properly.
3. Spectacular beaches – there are numerous beautiful beaches within a short walk or drive from city center. The Dalmatian Coast is famous for its calm and blue water, which is perfect for swimming and its pebble beaches. Check Čiovo, an island which is connected with a Trogir, where you can enjoy swimming & good cocktails on the beaches like Kava, Duga Uvala, Laganini..
4. Day trips from Trogir – you can afford one day to explore magnificent Dalmatia from Trogir. Explore this Adriatic jewel while you’re in Trogir.Definitely is woth to do a Blu cave trip, Blue lagoon (don’t forhet to take a snorkeling gear with you), Jet ski adventure, Split walking tour, Krka waterfalls tour and many others.
5. Wine and food tasting – Dalmatia in general is famous as for its olive oils, wine and tasty food. Check the offer and book yourself a gourmet experience while you’re in Trogir. Hop on and take a ride to close by wineries for some wine tasting. You can even combine Krka National Park and wine & food tatsing while you’re there.Don’t forget to try some Prošek, sweet dalmatian wine together with famous Rafioli, the traditional biscuits shaped like crescents.