Convent of St Nicholas
The treasury of this Benedictine convent is home to a dazzling 3rd-century relief of Kairos, the Greek god of opportunity, carved out of...
Grand Cipiko Palace
This palace, originally a set of Romanesque structures and home to a prominent family during the 15th century, has a stunning carved...
Portal travel agency runs a 90-minute walking tour of Trogir's old town twice a day (morning and evening) from May to October, departing...
The large waterfront terrace is the main appeal of this long-standing restaurant. You can get almost anything, from inexpensive risotto...
Kamerlengo Fortress information
The fortress, once connected to the city walls, was built around the 15th century. At the furthest end, you’ll see an elegant gazebo built by the French Marshal Marmont during the Napoleonic occupation of Dalmatia, where he used to sit and play cards amid the waves. At that time, the western end of the island was a lagoon; the malarial marshes were not drained until the 20th century. The fortress hosts concerts during the Trogir Summer festival.