Trogir, Croatia

Trogir, Croatia

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A glimpse of life on the Dalmatian Coast

Set within beautifully preserved medieval walls on Croatia's stunning Adriatic coast, Trogir centers around a small island linked to both the mainland and the larger island of Ciovo. Stroll the wide promenade along the sea and enjoy the sight of yachts, or indulge in some people watching from bars and cafes that all come with a view. The city is full of ornately carved churches and palaces, and architecture that fully reflects Croatia's Dalmatian Coast style. Book your Trogir vacation rental in the pedestrianized old town or along the coast, and experience the sun-filled Croatian life first-hand.

A picturesque village straight out of a fairy tale

Trogir is best enjoyed by strolling the pedestrianized heart of the city and experiencing local life. The winding streets are an attraction on their own, lined with stunning architecture, adorable cafes, and elegant boutiques and art galleries that are certainly worth a peek. There are parks and recreational areas where you can camp out, and you can also go on day trips to nearby attractions. Join a tour or plan your own visit to local beaches, the city of Split, or the Plitvice Lakes National Park, and wonder if you've been transported into a fairy tale.

From architectural marvels to art-filled museums

Trogir is a city made for leisurely strolls, particularly as the entire area within the medieval walls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But there are also plenty of specific attractions worth visiting during your stay in this gem, too. History and architecture lovers alike will enjoy touring both the 12th-century Trogir Cathedral (also called the Cathedral of St. Lawrence) and the neighboring 15th-century Cipiko Palace. Other nearby museums include the Kairos Collection and the Town Museum, which explore local history and the art scene of the Dalmatian Coast.

Spring and summer (and a bit of fall, too) are for swimmers

The Dalmatian Coast shines in May and June, as well as September and October. The weather is stellar and crowds are smaller, making for ideal sightseeing and swimming. The soaring temps of July and August match the climbing prices, but you do get the benefit of experiencing Trogir at its busiest and buzziest. Take heed, however, if booking your Trogir vacation rental from November through April. Many of the island's attractions close for the season, but on the plus side, you will get a much closer look at local life in Trogir.

A tiny Adriatic jewel on the Dalmatian Coast

Situated west of Split and nestled on an island in the Adriatic Sea, Trogir lies between Croatia's mainland and the much larger island of Ciovo, and remains one of the most well-preserved medieval cities in both the Dalmatian Coast and Europe. The coast of Trogir is mostly comprised of parks, though there are a few small, sandy beaches scattered about, too. If exploring Croatia's beach scene from your Trogir vacation rental is on top of your list, there are a handful of islands just a boat ride away, most notably around the neighboring island of Ciovo.