The showcase of Trogir is its three-naved Venetian cathedral, one of the finest architectural works in Croatia, built from the 13th to 15th centuries. Master Radovan carved the grand Romanesque portal (1240). Sculpt…
This 15th-century building opposite the cathedral has a Gothic yard decorated with coats of arms and a monumental staircase. Its well features a preserved winged lion of St Mark, the symbol of the Venetian Republic.
Built 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.
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 admire the intricately carved Gothic triforium encasing the windows…
Housed in the former Garagnin-Fanfogna palace, this museum exhibits books, documents, drawings and period costumes from Trogir’s long history.
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. Access by appointment from October to May.
The main northern entrance to the old town.
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 out into a marshy lagoon and Marshal Marmont used to sit wit…
The nearest beach to the old town, Pantan is a gravel-and-sand beach on the estuary of Pantan River, surrounded by a protected nature reserve. It's 1.5km east of the Trogir bridge and easily reached on foot.
Trogir's most popular beach, Okrug Gornji lies 1.7km south of the old town on the island of Čiovo. Known as Copacabana, this 2km-long stretch of pebbles is lined with cafe-bars. It can be reached by road or boat.