The historic core of Trogir is situated on a small island between the Čiovo island and the mainland. It is a small town of 12000 citizens, and is the capital of Trogir-micro region.
It has a mild Mediterranean climate, and with its 2700 sunny hours per year is a real treasure among other tourist destination in Croatia.
The city is known for its numerous historical monuments: the old town, the Kamerlengo castle, the St. Marko castle, the sculpture of Ivan Orsini, the chapel of St. Jeronim, the Ćipiko palace, the Renaissance church of St. Ivan Baptist, Radovan’s portal, museum of…
Trogir is also listed on UNESCO heritage list, because it is one the most preserved medieval towns in Europe.
When we leave Trogir the next very interesting destination is the small city of Primošten.