Kamerlengo Castle


Built by the Venetians in around 1420, this fortress was once connected to the city walls. Inside it's basically an empty shell, but you can climb up and circle the walls. Concerts are held here during the Trogir Summer festival.

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Nearby Trogir attractions

1. Marmont's Gloriette

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Right at the western tip of Trogir island, this elegant gazebo was built by the French during the Napoleonic occupation of Dalmatia. At the time it jutted…

2. St Nicholas's Convent


The treasury of this Benedictine convent is home to a dazzling 3rd-century relief of Kairos, the Greek god of opportunity, carved out of orange marble.

3. Town Loggia

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On the main square, this 13th-century open-sided structure contains an interesting relief by famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović.

4. Trogir Town Museum

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Housed in the former Garagnin-Fanfogna palace, this museum exhibits books, documents, drawings and period costumes from Trogir’s long history.

5. Grand Cipiko Palace

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This palatial house, opposite the cathedral, was home to a prominent family during the 15th century. It's not open to the public, but you can stop to…

6. St Sebastian's Church

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No longer used for services, this 1476 church shelters stone sarcophagi and the photos of locals killed in the 1990s war. It's topped by a large, blue…

7. Sacred Art Museum

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Highlights of this small museum include illuminated manuscripts; a large painting of St Jerome and St John the Baptist by Bellini; an almost-life-size,…

8. Town Gate

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The main northern entrance to the old town, topped by a statue of the Blessed Ivan Orsini, Trogir's first bishop.