Trogir’s historic core has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The city’s Romanesque and Gothic architecture is among the best preserved examples in Europe. The historic core consists of a fortified castle and a tower. The magnificent Cathedral of St. Lawrence with the Portal of Master Radovan is another attraction of great importance. Every corner of Trogir has a story to tell – and that is what attracts more and more tourists.
However, tourist activities available in Trogir don’t stop here – breathtaking beaches and coves, rugged coastline and natural attractions complete Trogir’s perception as one of the most exciting destinations on the Adriatic coast.
Tourist attractions in region
SEGET VRANJICA is a tourist spot located on a small peninsula in Central Dalmatia. The village is conveniently situated only 5 km from Trogir, 8km from the Split Airport and 30 km from the city center of Split. Mediterranean climate and vegetation, natural attractions, numerous amazing beaches and coves with a view of the islands, to name but a few reasons why so many visitors looking for a relaxed holiday come to Seget Vranjica.
SOLIN is a town in Dalmatia renowned for its rich cultural and historical heritage, which was founded on the remains of the ancient town Salona, former capital of a Roman province. Ancient walls with towers, amphitheatre, Hollow Church where the coronation of Zvonimir was held in the 11th century and numerous other monuments serve as a reminder of its glorious history. Solin truly is one of the most important places in Croatian history and a definite must-see for any visitor.
OMIŠ is a town situated at the mouth of the Cetina river, uniquely located between a mountain, river and sea. The settlement was founded at the foot of a fortified hill called Starigrad. Due to constant threats comming from both land and sea, Omiš was fortified already in the Middle Ages. The most significant historical monument in Omiš is Saint Peter’s Church dating from the 10th century. Other attractions include a Renaissance Church of the Holy Spirit from the 16th century with a wooden altar featuring the painting Descent of the Holy Spirit by Palma the Younger, and the Town Museum with archeological and ethnographic artefacts.