In the Mediterranean ambient 2km from the old town of Trogir (cultural and entertainment city of southern Dalmatia, located about 28km from Split), with its intact historical and cultural values and an attractive present, in the very heart of the Adriatic amid lush Mediterranean vegetation, enjoying the luxury of a balmy climate, situated near the beach, the private Villa Irena offers attractive holidays throughout the year, the apartment is within the Villa. The apartment is located just 8km from the Split International Airport and only 250m from the sandy beaches.
It is surrounded by olive and citrus trees, which are true representatives of a typical Mediterranean Villa. The apartment has its own separate entrance, air condition, Satellite TV, balcony plus a terrace and provides its guests with a beautiful view to the sea.
Villa Irena is ideal place for single families and couples.
Villa offers 5 luxury apartments for rental for the total capacity of 20 people.
Location Map - Getting There : Trogir is connected with major Europe cities through very well organized airline network. Airport Split is only 3km from Trogir, so literally, you are just few hours away of our beautiful town. Ask your Airline Company about details (most of the European airline companies have daily connections with Split throughout summer period). If you are coming overseas, fly through Frankfurt or London Heathrow (frequent daily flights to Split from these airports!).
If you are coming by road, follow main Croatian road from Zagreb through Karlovac, Gracac and Knin to reach Trogir from the North. You will reach Trogir from Italy by following Adriatic Road through Rijeka, Zadar and Sibenik.
You may want to visit us by boat, either in private arrangement or by organized connections with Italian coastal cities of Ancona, Pescara, Bari or Venezia. If you are with your own boat, check our Nautical Guide for complete and up-to-date information about marinas.
Gastronomy in Trogir: Characteristic of Dalmatian coastal cuisine is its digestibility and simple preparation. The secret of the fabulous taste of fish, meat, or other cooked dishes lies right in that. Yet the idea that simplicity means everyone everywhere could prepare them would be deceiving. The tradition of grilling and roasting fish and delicacies of the sea in this region has been carried on from generation to generation, whereby the proper grilling technique often depends on the type of wood or wood briquettes chosen to do the grilling. In addition to this come the tantalising Dalmatian olive oil, grilling technique, and the particular
taste of the fish and delicacies of the sea. This is what leaves every guest, once they have tried it, with unforgettable memories to take back home.
Nevertheless, no matter how much you eat in Dalmatia, you´ll hardly gain a pound. Most of the Dalmatian specialities are prepared with very little fat and oil. They are easy to digest.
Famous Trogir Specialities: Our town prides itself is on a wide variety of specialities, and every good cook will take great pains to procure the freshest fish and delicacies of the sea, which you can personally inspect before ordering in all of the better restaurants. Don't pass up dishes like mussels, shrimp (scampi), roast fish, delicious fish stew with rice, and meat specialities like sour marinated beef (pasticada) with noodles (njoki). To top it off we recommend a refined desserts like 'krostule', egg cake (rozata), 'ravioli cake', or one of the rich Dalmatian tortes. Further essential ingredients used in Dalmatian cooking are raw ham, 'Prsut', dried in the fall wind (Bura) and smoke of the Dalmatian back country, sheep's cheese, salty sardines, roasted lamb, beef cooked in tomato sauce (salsa), and sautéed greens with potatoes. Also do not forget the wine, known for its special taste of the south, which has
been cultivated for centuries in the caring hands of wine makers in the