Your yacht charter holidays in Croatia can’t be complete if you haven’t visited Trogir, one of the Croatian sailing hotspots. Surrounded by the sea, it is the perfect city to visit during your yacht charter vacation.
The city lies in the southern part of the Adriatic coast in the region of Split, which has one of the longest tourism traditions in Croatia due to its historical heritage and impressive natural beauty. You will enjoy both sailing in the clear, blue water and anchoring your charter boat in one of the well-maintained ports to take a look at the city.
Trogir is a beautiful medieval city with white buildings and cobbled streets. While sailing along the coast, you will have a great view on those white buildings from your charter yacht. The city’s Old Town has been included in the UNESCO World Cultural heritage register since 2007 as one of the world’s best preserved medieval centres.
However, the main reason Trogir is visited by numerous boat charter sailors is because of its marvellous beaches, beautiful waters, and spectacular landscape. The most popular tourist attractions in Trogir are the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Church of St. Peter, the Duke’s Palace, and the St. Michael Bell-tower.
There’s no better way of discovering all the treasures this city has to offer than a yacht charter Trogir.Read MoreLess
By plane: The closest airport to Trogir is the Split Airport (SPU), which is approximately 5 km from the Trogir city center. A direct bus (local line 37) leaving the airport every 20-30 minutes, as well as many shuttle buses, connect the airport to the Trogir Bus Station. The journey to the bus station takes 10 minutes. The proximity of the airport to Trogir makes hiring a taxi another good option.
By bus: Daily buses from major Croatian cities (Zagreb, Rijeka, Zadar, Sibenik, Split and Dubrovnik) run to Trogir several times a day. The nearest bus station with connections to international bus lines is in Split, located just 30 km east of Trogir.
By boat: If you plan to arrive in Trogir by boat, the best option is to take a ferry to Split, which is well connected to the national and international ferry routes. Regular ferry service is available from Split to Trogir.
By car: If you are coming by the road, there are three options:
1. Dalmatina Highway A1 - Croatian A1 Highway Dalmatina
2. Adriatic coastal road - Jadranska Magistrala: Rijeka - Senj - Karlobag - Zadar - Sibenik - Primosten - Trogir.
3. Middle Croatian Highway D1:
Karlovac - Plitvice (National Park) - Korenica - Gracac - Knin - Drnis - Trogir.
Trogir is situated 411 km from Zagreb and 358 km from Rijeka. The closest major city is Split at a distance of only 28 km.
The drive from Split typically takes about 30 minutes, but during the summer months the main road often is occupied by heavy traffic, leading to a longer travel time.Read MoreLess