Sailing Croatia: Exploring Trogir

By MedSailors Crew published on 1 February 2017

Known to many as “the stone beauty”, the area of Trogir is a jewel in the crown of the Croatian coast. This tiny island is big on character and is a great place to visit whilst enjoying a sailing Croatia break.

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Surrounded by the Medieval walls of its illustrious past, Trogir is a picture perfect example of a Croatian island. People have been living here since as early as the third century, but it is the striking architecture of the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries that gives Trogir its distinctive visual charm. It’s now recognised as a World Heritage Site, and visitors are able to explore the labyrinth-like streets and discover all Trogir has to offer.

Chief amongst these sights is the Cathedral of St Lawrence. Aside from the architecture itself, the cathedral provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the best views in all of Croatia. Of course, if climbing all those stairs tires you out, you’re in luck: Trogir is also the perfect place to relax and unwind in.

Indeed, as the sun sets, locals and tourists alike make their way to the sophisticated promenade. Here you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to food and drink – the perfect place to end your Trogir adventure.

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