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Split

Split

Split is one of the largest towns in Croatia and in Dalmatia. It is also the most developed one and the administrative centre of this region. It is some 25km away from Trogir. Split is a town with a rich history, with a beautiful waterfront, a large sea port, from which there are ferries to all Dalmatian islands. There are several nice and among locals very popular beaches, like Marjan...

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

In the Middle Ages, during the Venetian Rule and the times of Ottoman Empire, the city of Dubrovnik was also an independent Republic. In those times Dubrovnik was one of the largest cities in Europe, together with Florence and London, and it had 40000 citizens. The Republic of Dubrovnik functioned independently, had its own laws and its own political system, which strongly prohibited corruption and violence and...

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Međugorje

Međugorje

Međugorje is one of the most famous Marian Shrines in the world and it is nowadays visited by millions of pilgrims from all parts of the world, especially during the summer season. Međugorje first became known in 1981, after a group of children experienced the apparition of the Virgin Mary on the holy hill Podbrdo. Even though various tests were conducted on these children and they...

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National Park - Krka

National Park - Krka

Krka National Park is named after the River Krka that runs through this amazing National Park in Middle Dalmatia, not far away from Šibenik. Krka National Park is famous for its beautiful lakes and waterfalls. Krka NP covers the area of 142km², and it is about 47km away from Čiovo. Different means of transport can get you from...

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National Park - Plitvička jezera

National Park - Plitvička jezera

Along the course of the river Korana spreads one of the natural phenomena in Croatia, which is a UNESCO natural world heritage site since 1979. The Plitvice Lakes is a group of 16 smaller lakes, but this number can vary depending on the weather conditions. All the lakes stream into one big lake in a beautiful valley, which is surrounded by different types of forest, mostly by those of fir and beech trees. The Plitvica Lakes are not...

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National Park - Kornati

National Park - Kornati

Kornati Islands National Park is located in the Archipelago Kornati. The Archipelago Kornati covers the area of 320km², of which only ¼ is a land, consisting of 150 small islands. The National Park Kornati covers 220km² and includes 89 islands, islets and cliffs. The largest island in Kornati is the island Kornat. In the past Kornati were inhabited and there are different remains of historical and ancient civilizations there. One of them is the old Roman walls under...

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Ornithological Reserve - Pantan

Ornithological Reserve - Pantan

This ichtyological and ornithological Reserve is a swamp inhabited by many kinds of birds. Although the size of the Pantan Reserve has been reduced due to the modernization of the surrounding area, it is still an amazing example of natural wealth. The salty sea water and the waters of the nearby rivers all flow into this swamp, thus creating a lagoon, which is a sanctuary to many rare and endangered species of birds. Pantan is also popular for the...

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Šibenik

Šibenik

Šibenik is a Dalmatian town with a large sea harbour, which lies on the estuary of the river Krka, and it is around 46km away from Trogir. To get from Trogir to Šibenik you can take a bus from the Trogir Bus Station or you can get there by car. Šibenik is a town abundant with many historical sights. Its existence was documented...

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Makarska

Makarska

The town of Makarska and the entire Makarska Riviera are some 80km away from Trogir. Makarska Riviera is located at the foot of the largest Dinaric Mountain in Europe, Biokovo. On Biokovo there is a beautiful Nature Park Biokovo, which is its self a huge natural treasure. It is known to be a cradle of ancient...

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Primošten

Primošten

The distance between Primošten and Čiovo is around 39km and you can travel between these two towns by bus, by car, by taxi or even by a taxi-boat boat from Trogir. Primošten is located on a small island. Its name derives from the words “Pri – Mostu” (Bridge Connected). This bridge was always the only way of connection or communication between the town and the surrounding area. The old town Primošten...

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The Cetina River

The Cetina River

The Cetina River is named after the village through which this river flows. The Cetina River flows into a 100m deep lake and further into the Adriatic Sea in the popular Dalmatian tourist town Omiš, also known as the town of pirates. The Cetina River is very popular among tourists thanks to the Rafting on...

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Zlarin

Zlarin

From Trogir to the small island Zlarin you can travel by a small ship or by a boat. The Zlarin Islet has only about 220 inhabitants, but during the summer season this number increases to approximately 2000 people, who are mainly accommodation and restaurant owners, but also tourists, who love to spend their holidays on this small and peaceful island, which is one of the very few islands on which cars are...

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Kozjak

Kozjak

Not far from Trogir there are mountains Kozjak and Mosor. The mountain Kozjak has two sides, one of them being not so attractive, a steep south side. The other, northern side has much softer slopes and is richer in vegetation. Northern slopes end in Dalmatian hinterland called Zagora. Mount Kozjak is ideal for climbing enthusiasts, but also for those nature lovers, who...

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Mosor

Mosor

The Mountain Mosor spreads right along the coastal Dalmatia, between Omiš and Split. The mountain climate on this 1000m high mountain prevails throughout the entire year. The mountain Mosor is very rich with herbal and animal species. In the foot of the mountain prevail Mediterranean herbs and greenery, but further up grows typical mountain vegetation. Although not...

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Biokovo

Biokovo

The Mountain Biokovo is the largest Dinaric Mountain in Europe and is very appealing for visitors and tourists from all over the world. Biokovo is a mountain that is remarkably rich in nature and in ancient, cultural and archaeological markings and remains. Biokovo is located between the Adriatic side of Croatia, Middle Dalmatia and the Croatian hinterland. During the...

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Island - Šolta

Island - Šolta

Island Šolta is well known for the abundance of flora and fauna. Šolta is an island in Middle Dalmatia and around it there are 7 smaller islets. The Šolta Island has been inhabited since prehistoric times, in the Stone Age and the Bronze Age, and there are many remains of the ancient civilizations found here. Especially interesting are the remains of the old fishpond of the Roman emperor Diocletian called Piškera,...

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Drevnik Mali

Drevnik Mali

Drvenik Mali covers the area of 4km² and it is 10 nautical miles away from Trogir. In Drvenik Mali live permanently 60 villagers. Drvenik Mali is west of Drvenik Veli and it is very attractive to visitors, thanks to its beautiful, peaceful and clean beaches.

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Drevnik Veliki

Drevnik Veliki

Drvenik Veliki or Drvenik Veli is an island in the Trogir Archipelago and it is around 5km away from Čiovo. Drvenik Veli covers an area of 12km². Although small, Drvenik Veli has a large number of wind protected bays and beautiful beaches. Drvenik Veli attracts tourists, who desire a holiday in untouched nature. Around...

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Dugo polje and the Cave Vranjaca

Dugo polje and the Cave Vranjaca

The distance between Trogir and Dugopolje is around 28km. From Trogir to Dugopolje you can travel by car or by bus. Dugopolje is located at the foot of the north slopes of the Mountain Mosor. This karstic village in the Dalmatian Zagora has a rich and ancient history. The existence of the ancient civilizations in this area has been confirmed by many...

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Mostar

Mostar

Mostar is a town on the River Neretva, located in the valley of Neretva and it is famous for its Old Bridge. Every summer the popular competition with a very old tradition – The Jumps from the Old Mostar Bridge takes place. The Old Bridge in Mostar was built during the 16th century, in the times of the Ottoman Empire, by Sultan Suleiman the Great. The height of the bridge is 24...

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Omiš

Omiš

Omiš is some 45km away from Trogir; it is a lovely and interesting sea town, with very nice beaches, bays and an intriguing history. Omiš is also known as “The Town of Pirates” for a good reason. Indeed, in past times this town was a place where the most dangerous pirates of the Mediterranean lived, also known as the “Pirates of Omiš”, so the locals regarded this town as a disreputable, notorious place...

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Solin

Solin

Solin is one more town in this part of Croatia with a really long history. For this reason it is also called the “cradle of history”. Solin is some 24km away from Trogir and you can get there by bus or by car. Solin isn’t a coastal town, it is situated on the mainland, with the river Jadro running through it. This river is habituated by some rare and endemic species in the Mediterranean, like the...

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Sinj

Sinj

Sinj is a mainland Dalmatian town distanced some 50km from Trogir and located in the valley of the River Cetina. You can get from Trogir to Sinj by car or by bus. Sinj is a town with a rich and turbulent history. This is one of the reasons why for already 3 centuries in Sinj has been held the Alka Festival, a competition at targeting an...

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