Holidays of Discovery
Trogir, set on a small island less than an hour from Split, is one of the most seductive towns on the Dalmatian coast. Its weathered Romanesque and Venetian -Gothic palaces, churches and monasteries fanning from its antique square has put Trogir on the Unesco list of world heritage sites. A stone bridge makes it accessible from the mainland, a mobile bridge connects it with the island of Ciovo, originally it was a Greek colony.
The city was founded in third century by the Greeks from Syracuse and it was called Tragurion (Goat Island). After the Greeks the city was ruled by Romans, Venetians, French, Austrians, Italian and Germans. Apart from many interesting architectural and historical sites Trogir offers a warm climate, lush green surroundings, a number of good restaurants cafes and bars. Nearest airport Split, transfer time 30 minutes.