417 Boats to rent in Trogir
A miniature Croatiam island in the Adriatic Sea, wedged between Čiovo island and Croatia, Trogir is a beautiful slice of heaven to view on a yacht charter holiday. The Venetian architecture built in the Old Town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, instant proof that it truly is a hidden gem. The town of Trogir bears a rich and diverse history which was influenced by numerous cultures of the Mediterranean coast such as Grecian, Roman, and Venetian. Thanks to a modern ACI Marina with berths for any boat with any number of cabins, sailing in the beautiful, small corner of the Adriatic in Trogir is often touted as a highlight of a yacht charter week in Croatia.
Three reasons for a Trogir yacht charter
1. Sailing the small bay and the Adriatic Sea
Given that Trogir is a truly magical island of Croatia, it is no wonder that those who charter a crewed or bareboat yacht come back year after year to explore the golden coastline. Pantan beach is located at the bay of the river Pantan and is more than 500m in length. During your week of sailing, make sure you include a stop here in your itinerary to avail of the parasols and deckchairs, and view the stunning pine forest which offers instant relief from the sun for each passenger during the day. Spend the tanning on sun beds, then return to your cabins to change quickly for dinner in the bars and restaurants which line the beach. Trogir has an atmospheric and vibrant social scene, with drinks available at a great price. Make sure you immerse yourself in the real Croatian lifestyle of the town.
2. Trogir - A Croatian city of variety
Whether the details of your itinerary are relaxing or energetic as you sail the Adriatic coast during your yacht charter holiday, Trogir ticks all boxes. Choose a new city other than Dubrovnik or Split for your crewed or bareboat charter. The Old Town is steeped in Croatian tradition, with fascinating monuments, buildings, islands, and landmarks to visit all at a low price or for free (it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site after all)! Start the day early by leaving your cabins and the boat in the marina to cram in as much activity. Take in the sights of the yachts in their berths (catamaran, Bavaria cruiser… you name it, you can find it in ACI Marina Trogir) as you travel to the water sports centre. Or why not try diving off the coast of the island, near the south where it is more rural and tranquil, with an amazing view for you and each passenger? Begin your yacht charter in the morning slowly exploring the southern coast of the island and gradually work your way up north, finishing your day in a lively bar listening to local Croatian music.
3. View the produce and details in the market of Trogir
With local produce, fruit and vegetables, and fish caught and sold the same morning off the coast of the island, the Trogir market is an authentic and animated inclusion in your itinerary. Not far from the berths of the marina, you can stroll here to explore the great produce at a small price. Croatia market activity is constant which makes for a lively and exciting atmosphere. Haggle with the market sellers, find out more about the produce, and what it is like to live as a local in Trogir. Buy some food to enjoy on your yacht charter in the evening before returning to your cabins for a good night rest. After all, every passenger of your bareboat lagoon catamaran or monohull rental needs some scrumptious food during the week – your skipper might also want something small!
Popular day trips for yachts from Trogir
Krka waterfalls and Sibenik
Krka National Park and Skradinski Buk are popular and precious natural tourist sites in Croatia – as popular as Split or Dubrovnik, but closer to Trogir island. With long and winding rivers, astonishing canyons and waterfalls, and powerful rapids, a stop here during your crewed or bareboat yacht charter in Trogir will make for an unforgettable day trip. Take a break from your week of sailing, leave your boat in the berths of the marina or the bay, and sunbathe and swim in this extraordinary setting. Later make the most of the newly built trekking routes in the park to explore the lavish flora and fauna. You might even view some deer or badgers on your wander! After an exciting and active day spent in the National Park, round off your day with an evening meal in one of the many restaurants in the town of Sibenik, an attractive and animated town with a great nightlife. Return to your yacht charter and have an early night in the cabins before another day of sailing around the island of Trogir and other islands nearby.
Mostar and Medjugorje
On your way to Mostar from Trogir, stop off in the walled town of Počitelj, the first monument built in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, a place that will give you more understanding about the details of the history of Croatia. This will offer you a fresh and authentic perspective into details of daily life here and is a great place to view during your sailing trip. Medjugoraje is only 30 minutes from Mostar and is one of the most visited pilgrimage centres in Croatia. After a long day of sight-seeing and exploring the bay on your bareboat or crewed rental, wind down by swimming and paddling in Kravice waterfalls. Less frequented than Krka National Park, this sheltered spot is serene and beautiful. You will quite literally be swept away by these glorious gushing waterfalls. Feel refreshed in your cosy cabins after a fulfilling trip around the islands and Trogir area.
Day trip to Split, Vis, or Hvar
What would a week yacht charter in Trogir be without a trip to Split, or continuing to Vis and Hvar? The sailing route is rather short, but you can choose to take your boat on a longer route to spend the day exploring the island before reaching the berths of ACI Marina Split. This marina sees each catamaran, yachts and boats of all details and sizes, in various lengths and with a range of number of cabins. Split has quaint alleys and side streets, and breathtaking architecture built throughout the old town. A day trip on your yacht charter from Trogir to Split means you can experience this iconic city of Croatia without the more expensive price of the marina. Continuing to the other islands takes a little longer, but the bay around Vis and Hvar is a truly mesmerising corner of the Adriatic Sea.
Details on how to get to your yacht charter in ACI Marina Trogir
Trogir is easily accessible by car, plane, and train. The nearest airport is Split International Airport, located only 7 km away and you can fly directly to and from here from any airport in many European cities throughout the week. You can also reach your crewed or bareboat yacht charter in the marina along the Adriatic Coastal Road, or through the extensive bus, train, and boat transfers from Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar and more built throughout Croatia at a low price.
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