A picturesque historic town along the Dalmatian coast, worth a visit!

Trogir is a small coastal town with a rich history and is located on a small island, but easy to reach by bridge. Walk around the small, paved historic centre of Trogir, along the harbour with its palm trees and around the Kamerlengo castle, the old San Marco tower, head into the centre and bring a visit to the St. Laurent cathedral with is beautiful Roman portal. This pleasant coastal town is located about 25km north of Split.

A pleasant small coastal town, ideal for a stroll around and to relax on one of it’s terraces with view of the Adriatic sea.

Kairos is the greek word for opportune time and the symbol of Trogir

Trogire, promenade with palm trees

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Churches in Trogir

  • Cathedral of St. Lawrence, two lions carry images of Adam and Eve
  • Church of St. Peter,
  • Church of St. Barbara
  • Convent of St. Dominic, build in the 14th century
  • Benedictine Convent of St. Nicholas, contains the Kairos collection

Museums in Trogir

  • City of Trogir Museum, located in the Garagnin Fanfogna Palace
  • Kairos Collection, located in the St. Nicholas Convent
Trogir, promenade

photo ©EMRE d.o.o.

Palaces in Trogir

  • Berislavic Palace
  • Cipiko Palace, only the courtyard is open to the public
  • Lucic Palace

Tourist Information Centre Trogir
address Trg Ivana Pavla II/1, 21220 Trogir
telephone +385 21 885 628

Trogir, view over promenade and old town

photo ©EMRE d.o.o.

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