About Trogir

Having title of the best preserved Romano-Gothic city in central Europe, Trogir is a part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List. With grandiose architecture, beautiful stone-paved streets, large promenades and good atmosphere, it is a destination which provides days of entertainment and vacation impossible to forget.

Points of interest include Cathedral of St. Lawrence, and its renowned portal of Dalmatian sculptor Master Radovan, a number of nobleman palaces, including the one belonging to Cipiko Family, impressive fortress of Kamerlengo, and marble relief of Kairos (divinity of happy moment) which can be found in Benedictine monastery of St. Nicholas. Trogir also has a very developed ACI Marina, avid accommodation options, recreation facilities and, naturally, hundreds of konoba-inns and restaurants waiting to serve Dalmatian delicacies to visitors. It also has a rich cultural program, including exhibitions, concerts and live performances. Trogir nightlife is also a noted feature of the settlement, so don’t expect a second of boredom during your stay.

Trogir

Explore the Depths of Jelinak Valley

Near Dalmatian City of Trogir, one can explore a truly unique exhibition. You won’t need a guide or a ticket to attend it- merely a snorkel and a pack of oxygen tanks. The underwater museum that is located in Jelinak valley exhibits statues of religious nature, associated with the Stations of the Cross that follow the last moments of Christ. Situated about four meters below the Adriatic surface, the statues are attractive locality even to unreligious divers, and the whole site is truly amazing. Built by sculptor Valentino Tal, they are among Trogir’s most popular landmarks (or should we say, seamarks?) Photo: Bozidar Vukicevic / CROPIX

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