Sightseeing in Trogir
Let's start with sightseeing. In the Old Town, we recommend you to visit Trogir's Cathedral with its exquisite, Romanesque doors made by Master Radovan. You do not need to be an art historian to notice the beauty and the value of this masterpiece.
Photo of the Trogir’s Cathedral Archway from pixabay.com
Furthermore, view from the Tower Bell is a special treat. You can climb it for a small fee (it is included in the entry to the Cathedral). It is a bit narrow to climb the steps but from the top, you can see the whole area and that is really exquisite.
View from the Tower Bell in the Trogir Cathedral by pixabay.com
Kamerlengo fortress is our second choice for sightseeing in Trogir. It is a historic fortress and a castle with another grand view. Once upon a time, it served as housing for the Venetian military troops. During the summer many tourist events take place inside. Feel free to check the schedule at the official website of the Trogir Tourist Board.
Photo of the Kamerlengo Fortress from pixabay.com
Finally, Cippiko palace is also worth a visit. It is situated just opposite the Trogir Cathedral and it has beautiful windows. All these culture sites are situated downtown and that is where you will find the best restaurants in Trogir as well.
Where to eat in Trogir?
We have already written about The 5 Best Restaurants in Trogir. Although this blog was written a couple of months ago, these are still the best restaurants in Trogir so freely use them as our recommendations.
Number 1 restaurant in Trogir according to Tripadvisor the Vanjaka Restaurant. Source Facebook.com/RestaurantVanjaka
One day trips from Trogir
Sightseeing of Split
Regarding the one day trips from Trogir first, we recommend you to visit Split, the center of the region and the largest city in Dalmatia with plenty of activities from sightseeing to excellent restaurants and activity and different tours.
Photo of Split from the air
Medena beach near the hotel Medena
Also worth a visit especially if you are having a family holiday with kids is the Medena beach near hotel Medena with plenty of beach and entertainment activities for the whole family.
Ethno eco-village Škopljanci Radošić
And finally, something different to recommend is the Ethno eco-village Škopljanci in Radosic which is near Trogir, but totally different from the sea destination as it is situated in the hinterland. There you can see The Dalmatian hinterland village as it once was and also enjoy the wonderful nature around you.
Greeting card of the Škopljanci, photo from facebook.com/EtnoEkoSeloSkopljanci
Where to stay in Trogir area?
Few of these villas are situated on the island of Ciovo, which you can visit by taxi boat from Trogir. There we recommend you to stay on a one day trip and explore Ciovo beaches. If you wish to know more about the beaches on Ciovo in this blog you will find out what are theTop 4 beaches on the island of Ciovo.
Ciovo from the air, source: commons.wikimedia.org by Nick Savchenko
Finally, we wish you the best summer in Trogir. Tell us all about it after your return. We can always add a few more sights or adventure tours if you would like to share some with us.