Overlooking Trogir

Walking through the Beautiful Town of Trogir, Croatia

Julie Croatia 4 Comments

Trogir was our introduction to the gorgeous towns that line the Dalmatia Coast of Croatia. And what a great way to start our tour of Croatia…Trogir is a gem that should be included even on the fastest of itineraries.

Trogir is located just thirty minutes west of Split by car. The old town is located on an island, accessible by bridges from the mainland. This town is tiny. Really tiny. You can walk from one end to the other in five minutes, if you move fast. But this tiny town is packed with charm, scenic views, and lots of great restaurants.

We were here at the beginning of April. This is the end of the off-season and restaurants are just starting to open up again after being closed for the winter. Some places were still closed, planning to open by Easter. At times, we felt like the only ones here, exploring these narrow streets on our own. It was wonderful.

Trogir is a very photogenic town…see for yourself on our photo tour.

 

Trogir in Photos

The Central Square.

Trogir Square

 

For some of the best views, climb the tower of the St. Lawrence Cathedral.

St Lawrence Cathedral

The lovely town of Trogir Croatia

Coastline near Trogir

Croatia Flag

Awesome View from Trogir

Inside the Cathedral

 

Wandering through town.

Exploring Trogir

Tim Tyler and Kara Trogir

 

We ate lunch at Pizzeria Mirkec…amazing pizza!

Pizzeria Mirkec

 

Walking along the waterfront.

Trogir Promenade

By the waterfront

 

The views from fortress Kamerlengo are supposed to be awesome. Unfortunately, it was closed when we were here.

Kamerlengo Fortress

 

More views of the old town.

Cobblestone Street Trogir

Trogir Street Scene

A square in Trogir

Must be something good

Old Building Trogir

Stari Trogir

Walking through Trogir

 

Planning Your Visit

How Long Should You Spend?

On the fastest of itineraries, you can walk through Trogir, climb the tower of the St. Lawrence Cathedral, and have lunch or dinner in about three hours. If you want to explore the town at a very leisurely pace, spend one night and one day here.

If you are staying in Split, Trogir makes a great half or full-day day trip.

Best Things to do in Trogir

  • Walk the Old Town
  • Climb the tower of the St. Lawrence Cathedral
  • Visit Fortress Kamerlengo

Trogir in April

In early April, Trogir was just waking up from its long winter’s nap. Many restaurants and the Kamerlengo Fortress were still closed. But there were also very few people here, which made for a very nice visit. During much of our time in Croatia, daytime temperatures were about 70°F and sunny.

When to go

Peak season is the summer months of June, July, and August. Expect hot weather and lots of tourists. May and September may be better times to visit, with slightly cooler weather and fewer people.

Post updated March 2018.


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Comments 4

  1. Hey !
    I am visiting Croatia and planning to stay 3 days in Split , I indent to spend 1 day exploring split and then on the next day going for a half day trip to Trogir, what do you suggest I spend my other half day doing? Also the third day should I do a full day tour to Hvar and return Split or spend the night at Hvar and then proceed to Dubrovnik ?
    I do not wish to drive so might explore options like a bus or boat whatever suits best.
    Also I have 3 days in Dubrovnik, where I’ll spend a full day in Montenegaro and the rest two days what should we not miss in Dubrovnik?
    Thanks in advance :))

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      Hello Ruhi. On your half day to Trogir, you could also visit Klis fortress and Putalj winery, if those interest you. They are both very close to Split. I think you can use Uber to get to Klis and the winery and take the ferry to Trogir. I did a quick search and couldn’t find a ferry from Hvar to Dubrovnik. I found this info on ferries from Hvar to Dubrovnik. See if this works for you. You could spend the night in Hvar and then take the ferry to Dubrovnik. Consider a visit to Korcula, a wonderful little town that’s on the way. We never visited it but I wish we did. For what to do in Dubrovnik, read our post about the best things to do. Cheers, Julie

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