Passing through Trogir riviera you will find richness of Mediterranean vegetation, olive orchards and vineyards, numerous islands and caves, gravelly and sandy beaches. Intact coastline is very favourable to sailors.
Trogir is a city-museum with its excellently preserved Romanesque-Gothic city center. The heart of Trogir is the castle and the tower, surrounded by stone wall and the Trogir cathedral, the most compelling cultural monument. Western gate of the cathedral, Portal, was built by master Radovan and is considered to be the most monumental piece of Romanesque-Gothic sculpture in Croatia.
Trogir thrills tourists with numerous cultural and historic monuments, narrow alleys, and art collections with abundant number of masterpieces. The city of Trogir is located upon the coast of the Kaštelanski bay, on an island connected by stone bridges to both Čiovo island and the mainland.