Yacht Charter Trogir – The Dalmatian Coast at Its Best
Probably the best medieval city in Europe, yacht charter Trogir
is also captivating due to its wonderful setting along the Dalmatian coast, as well as the for lively nightlife and the myriad of cultural events which happen mainly in the summer months, thus coinciding with the tourist season.
There are many medieval towns on the Croatian Adriatic coast, but few as well preserved as yacht charter Trogir. It’s so well preserved in fact, it’s listed in the UNESCO World Heritage as one of the best medieval centers in Europe. The city can be found in the southern part of the Adriatic coast, close to Split
. But the main reason so many people come here is for the stunning beaches and spectacular landscape.
The town’s history goes back to the founding by the Greeks colonists. Then it was further developed by the Romans due to its strategic position. In that respect, visiting sailor crews should be aware of the fact that this city enjoys more than 2300 years of continuous urban tradition.
Yacht charter Trogir
enjoys a privileged position very close to Split international airport, some 10 minutes by car or by bus. Arrivals can take the 37 bus which makes trips every 20 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes. Most airlines fly to Split but if you can’t find a connection, try flying in from Zagreb.
On land, there are 3 main roads to follow, depending on the direction from which you’re coming from. The A1 highway, the coastal road Jadranska Magistrala from Rijeka and the D1 highway from the north are the routes to look out for when driving your car here.
As it is only natural, there are ways of arriving in the local port which is connected with Italian cities on the opposite Adriatic Shore like Ancona, Pescara, Bari and Venice. There are daily ferry runs from each of these locations and during the summer, in order to cope with the vast numbers of visitors, the authorities organize more runs.
The name medieval is not exactly accurate when it comes to this town, because yacht charter Trogir
is full of old buildings (older than medieval times) that today house art galleries, shops and cafes, along the narrow stone paved streets, all encased by the 15th century walls. These in themselves can be considered an attraction by the guests.
Among the local buildings which constitute local attractions are the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Church of St. Dominic, the Cipiko Palace, the Clock Tower, the Kamerlengo Castle and the St. Mark’s Tower and the Land Gate. As part of the Dalmatian coast, yacht charter Trogir
will try to tempt your taste buds with dishes belonging to the local cuisine which is based on simple fish or meat dishes especially grilled. The art of grilling has been passed down from generation to generation, which is mixed with the Mediterranean
spices and sauces. Mussels, shrimp (scampi), fish stew with rice, marinated beef with noodles and deserts like krostule, egg cake (rozata), rafioli cake, are all considered among local specialties. Over 100 restaurants in the city serve these dishes so that there’s a little bit for everyone here.
As with many other medieval cities, the nightlife is centered in small bars hidden among the narrow streets of city center. The waterfront is also a good place to head to at night, along the promenade, but also on the sandy beaches, where you’ll find clubs that stay open until the early hours of the morning, crowded with masses of tourists and fun seekers.
As a general rule, most of the events in the city correspond to the main tourist season in summer. The Summer of Trogir is basically a series of concerts, exhibitions, folklore festivals and other cultural events. Holidaymakers can also enjoy an international film festival and a tenor competition which happens in July each year.