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WHERE? HOW?

WHERE TO GO FROM TROGIR - DAY TRIPS

Drvenik

Two small islands across from Trogir, just a ferry ride away to the sandiest beaches in the area. Excellent for diving and snorkeling. Also, regular fish picnics go daily to the islands.

Sibenik

Our neighboring city Sibenik is also in the UNESCO family, and has a beautiful-just renovated castle of St. Mihovil which is breathtaking. Sibenik is only 40km from Trogir, definitely worth the trip!

Split

Another UNESCO friend which holds the still standing Diocletian palace. Split is an exceptional  choice for wine bars, gourmet restaurants and night life.

Krka waterfalls

Only one hour from Trogir is the national park Krka waterfalls. A natural beauty that has small boats that take you directly into the waterfalls and has a large green meadow for picnics. Stunning!

Solin

Leftover ruins from the Romans are still visible in Solin - a whole amphitheater! For a day trip and a 30min ride you can walk among the buildings where the Romans once roamed.

Cetina

A crystal clear fast river in the small town of Omis, called Cetina, offers adventure sports such as kayaking and rafting. After a cruise down the river maybe some fried frog legs?

Once you arrive, here is an easy way to plan your trips from Trogir, just check on the links below to see the seasonal and non-seasonal schedules for ships, boats, buses and up-to-date traffic on the A1 highway.

 

Harbour station - JADROLINIJA

 

Bus station SPLIT

 

Boats Trogir BURALINE

 

A1 road updates - HAC

Croatia Airlines alongside its partner airlines, offers many flights to our airport throughout the whole year. Please check the link below to see whith flights leave from your country