CROATIA’S HISTORY IN PICTURESQUE TROGIR
Best Time to Go
May – October
The UNESCO World Heritage town of Trogir perches on the shores of the Adriatic in a jumble of red-roofed buildings, ancient church towers and medieval walls. Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque architecture is at every turn, while the wide seafront promenade is lined with laid-back bars and chic cafés. Spend a few days here to soak up a slower-paced way of life, where afternoons spent watching the tiny yachts bob in the harbour under a brilliant blue sky is all the excitement you need.
With its well-protected harbour and proximity to idyllic coastal islands, Trogir is a charming base for Croatia yacht charters along the Dalmatian coast. The medieval old town offers endless opportunities for exploration and dining right off the yacht, while sites like Čiovo Island and Krka National Park are within easy sailing distance for day trips. From the Kastela waterfront promenade to the intricate alleys of the UNESCO-listed core, Trogir exudes vintage seaside ambience. Guests can wander cobblestone streets dotted with Renaissance architecture before returning to the superyacht to admire Trogir’s red-roofed beauty from the water as the sun sets behind the ancient cathedral bell tower.