The harbour of Trogir offers the possibility to explore the Dalmatian islands around, such as Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Pelješac and Korčula.
It is not difficult to access the marina of Trogir but you will have to be wary of the shallow waters and careful to avoid the islets when you enter.
There, you will find 180 berths in the sea and 60 on land. Water, electricity, toilets, showers, and a 10t crane are all available to you when mooring.Every morning, there is a market in the town. It is full of the country’s specialties, make the most of it!
Trogir isn’t short of restaurants or bars and is renowned for its nightlife, which any true sailor would enjoy.
The beautiful historic centre of Trogir has retained its medieval charm and features many monuments and splendid Romanesque churches. For instance you can admire the Duke’s palace, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence with its magnificent portal by the Croatian artist Radovan, or the Fortress Kamerlengo, which formerly adjoined the ramparts. It is also worth mentioning the remarkable Renaissance and Baroque buildings erected during the Period of Venetian rule, and the smaller and larger palaces of Cipiko.
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