Trogir is the oldest city on the Croatian Adriatic and one of the most beautiful. Originally settled by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC, Trogir has a wondrous collection of monuments and buildings within its old town, causing UNESCO to declare the whole centre as a World Heritage Site. Located in the centre of the Dalmatian Coast between the hills and the sea, it is not only the city centre that enthrals visitors, but also the stunning scenery and captivating culture.
Trogir accommodation acts as a superb base for sailing holidays. The crystal clear waters and maze of islands along the Dalmatian Coast makes excellent sailing terrain, and there is something a little special about sailing into the shadow of the ancient walls of Trogir. Trogir waterfront has recently been completely overhauled and now sees some incredible yachts berthing during the summer.
The beaches of Trogir are a mix of pebbles and sand, providing much needed refreshment from the summer sun. The Pantan Beach is the most popular beach in Trogir, flanked by pine woodland and protected by national park status. The beach can get busy, and there is a great beach bar by the sea where you can buy refreshments. There are also surfing schools and scuba diving centres in Trogir too.