Trogir

Things to do in Trogir

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Full day tour to Blue Lagoon & 3 Islands from Trogir
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Full day tour to Blue Lagoon & 3 Islands from Trogir

Join a full day speedboat tour and discover the beauty of Blue Lagoon and 3 Islands – Mali Drvenik, Veliki Drvenik and Šolta.

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Private tour to Blue Lagoon and 3 Islands from Trogir
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Private tour to Blue Lagoon and 3 Islands from Trogir

Enjoy the personalized services of a private speedboat tour and discover the beauty of Blue Lagoon and 3 Islands

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Private tour to Krka Waterfalls from Trogir
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Private tour to Krka Waterfalls from Trogir

Discover the famous Krka waterfalls and be amazed by the natural beauty of the Krka National Park.

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Private speedboat tour to Blue Cave and 5 Islands
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Private speedboat tour to Blue Cave and 5 Islands

Make the most of your time in Croatia with a private speedboat tour to Blue Cave and 5 magnificent islands.

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Half-day boat trip to Blue Lagoon and Solta Island from Trogir
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Half-day boat trip to Blue Lagoon and Solta Island from Trogir

Join a small-group speedboat tour to the Blue Lagoon and Šolta Island. Enjoy short walk and grab a coffee in Maslinica village. Discover the sealife in Solinska bay and go for a swim in the Blue Lagoon.

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Things to do in Trogir

Trogir is a city in Croatia and is considered one of the most beautiful Venetian cities and best preserved in all of Dalmatia. Few cities in the world include so many works of art in such a small area. In fact, renown of the city was earned by the monuments erected during the time of Venetian rule and has survived in good conditions to this day. Since 1997 the center of Trogir has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and holds the title of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town of Central Europe.It is located on an island between the mainland, to which it is connected by a fixed bridge, and the island of Ciovo, which is connected by an originally movable but now disused bridge. The city is only three kilometers from Split airport. Its greatest economic resource is tourism. In addition to its artistic richness, Trogir is most frequented by visitors for its beautiful beaches,including: Pantan Beach, Okrug Beach, Kava Beach - Slatine and Medena Beach - Seget.
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