Not only characterised by its beautiful buildings and amazing architecture, Trogir is also known for its stunning Mediterranean vegetation and rural charm. This is evidenced by the fact that it was recently voted one of the world's most beautiful island cities by National Geographic. The Pantana side of the island is covered with vine yards, olive trees, aromatic herbs, wild flowers, fig trees. We recommend taking your sailboat charter for a gentle cruise around this area of the island to appreciate both the smells and the sights of budding and blossoming nature.
The marina is found on the northern side of the island, just across from the old town and is open all year around. With 162 berths and 35 boat places on land, the marina will easily facilitate your yacht charter. Each berth is equipped with water and a power supply and there is wi-fi available onshore. As well as a grocery store, a gas station, numerous supermarkets, toilets, showers, a laundry service, cafes and restaurants, there is also a marina reception to answer any questions you may have.
With an average temperature of 30 degrees during the summer months, a sailboat charter in Trogir is certainly sunny and bright. Explore the dazzling Adriatic waters and romantic Riviera coves and bays under a cloudless sky. The Maestral wind, which averages at 16-20 knots, is light and breezy meaning you can gently cruise along in your rented boat with ease. These azure seas are perfect for trying your hand at snorkelling or another type of water sport. The best months for swimming are June-September but remember to check the weather forecast regularly on VHF watch channels.
This famous summer festival takes place in the streets and square of the open-air and consists of a series of classical and chamber musical ensembles. Popular among locals as well as tourists, this festival gives you a flavour of the town’s rich history, culture and tradition.
Trogir meets techno in this vibrant award-winning festival of techno and electronic tunes. The town not only opens its doors to a variety of international artists and headliners but also to an extraordinary 10,000 guests, yet the festival still manages to attain a vibe which is intimate. Perhaps the setting contributes to this; like the name suggests, you dance away to funky bass tunes and hypnotic electric beats under the light of the moon in the grounds of the enchanting Kamerlengo Fortress. All sense of time collapses as ancient temporalities fuse with the modern, creating something very special.
Although this festival takes place in Split, the bus connections between Split and Trogir are excellent so there will be no hassle involved in making it to this incredible event. Many world-renowned DJs are present at this outdoor festival and the atmosphere really is electric.
Only an hour away from Trogir, this island may be small but is certainly not short of things to do. With secret coves to discover and beautiful countryside to explore, this island is a peaceful retreat for get some well-earned head-space. The rugged coastlines, sandy beaches and precious bays provide the perfect escapism for you during your sailboat charter in Trogir. On the east side of the island you can taste the fresh sea food in one of the authentic Croatian restaurants.
This captivating cathedral contains elements and styles of the Gothic, the Roman, the Renaissance and the Baroque period. It is home to many remarkable works of art, some of which are nearly 800 years old, a tranquil chapel and a Gothic bell tower. The cathedral certainly reflects the diverse variety of influences in the history of Trogir itself. Particularly worthy of note is Radovan’s portal, carved by the sculptor and architect Radovan, which is considered the most significant work of art of Romanesque-Gothic style in the whole of Croatia.
The easiest way to get to your sailboat charter in Trogir is by airplane. Most major European cities, such as Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome and London fly directly to Split airport which is only 6 km away. From Split, take a taxi or bus transfer to the marina. The Bus No 37 runs every 30 minutes and takes a direct route to Trogir. There are regular ferry services from Rijeka or Dubrovnik toward Split and or international ferry or fast lines from Italy.
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