As quaint as it is enchanting, the small village of Trogir is recognized for its characteristic Medieval walls, winding streets and a whimsical, lively vibe; fitting, considering it is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lined with traditional bars and cafes, the town’s idyllic seaside promenade is commonly frequented by yachters in the warm summer months; still buzzing with activity, mainly by locals, during the winter. Floating aimlessly along the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, the town’s surrounding area, Trogir Riviera, is an archipelago of twenty islands, some only as small as a village.

Dinstiguising itself from the pack, Trogir is unique to Central Dalmatia due to its throngs of Roman and Renaissance architecture. Just a short distance from Split, Trogir is a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of daily living; and given its impressive cathedral, a beautiful one, at that.

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