Enchanting Adriatic walled town
Trogir is one of the most attractive spots on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia – it’s one of the most remarkable historic towns in Central Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site -offering an enchanting compendium of past architectural styles in this wonderfully preserved town sitting prettily on a small island just off the coast and reached by a 17th century city gate.
Packed with historical and cultural treasures
Trogir allows visitors time to fully explore this hauntingly beautiful, walled medieval town with its castle, palaces, towers and ancient houses. It has a truly memorable mix of Gothic, Romanesque and Venetian Renaissance and Baroque architecture, built on an original town plan dating back to the Ancient Greeks and Romans. The charm of Trogir lies in exploring the fascinating maze of medieval lanes with gorgeous architecture at every turn, culminating in the unforgettable Cathedral of St Lawrence. The atmosphere is delightfully relaxed. A day out can take in interesting galleries, pavement cafes, fashionable bars and shopping for local produce and wine in the charming market.
Sandy beaches and gorgeous offshore islands
Trogir also offers excellent beaches and an attractive seafront promenade and harbour. The beaches are found in both directions from the town. Many visitors seeking quiet beaches opt for the sandy beaches and coves on the islands of Ciovo, Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli. Charter a boat and spend a couple of days of your holiday exploring beaches on beautiful islands with lavender covered hills. Trogir is perfectly placed for exploring the charming small towns and fishing ports of the central Dalmatia region. You can also visit the Roman ruins at Solin and the fascinating historic city of Split.
Weather in Trogir
With over 2,700 hours of sunshine every year you can be assured of a sunny welcome by the weather in Trogir. This Croatian town basks in hot weather during the long hot summer months. Temperatures will hit the 30C mark from June until August and the sun will shine down on the Dalmatian coast for around 12 hours per day during the hottest months. The winters are short and mild with temperatures hovering around 10C and 15C; more than warm enough to pick up a golden tan. The summer months will not usually be disturbed by rainfall, which mainly tends to appear during the winter months.
All inclusive holidays in Trogir
You will find fewer all inclusive holidays in Trogir than in more conventional seaside holiday resorts but we expect to see a better choice in the future as the all inclusive holiday concept gains ground in Croatia. The cheapest all inclusive deals will probably feature typical Croatian 3 star hotels. Look out also for remarkably affordable holiday deals in spring when the Dalmatia holiday region is delightfully peaceful.