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Trogir Yacht Charter

Trogir Yacht Charter Guide

Found on a tiny island off the Dalmatian Coast, Trogir is a charming, historic town just a short sail away from the Croatian city of Split. A yacht charter here can include everything from beach trips to tours of medieval castles and everything in between. History buffs will delight in the sheer number of places to explore, while a buzzing gastronomic scene and rich local culture will appeal to everyone on board.

Best time to visit: Trogir is warm from May to September and June, July and August are the most popular months to visit.

Key cruising areas: Trogir is an excellent place to begin a Croatian yacht charter and visit the wider Dalmatian region. Set sail and explore the nearby islands of Šolta, Hvar, Vis, and Brač, and the Kornati Islands National Park.

Don't miss: Drvenik Veliki is a tiny island just eight nautical miles from Trogir. Drop anchor in the beautiful bay of Solinska or visit Krknjasi Bay – a beautiful spot with a shallow sandy seabed, pebble beach and unbelievably blue waters. The island is also home to hidden coves and smaller sandy inlets that offer a tranquil place away from any tourists. 

Best spots for wining and dining: Don Dino is a fine dining restaurant found within Trogir's Old Town and offers a delicious selection of fresh fish and homemade pasta. Restaurant Calebotta is a sophisticated option for brunch, lunch or dinner and has a fantastic terrace in the heart of the main square of Trogir. For after-dinner drinks, Corte Bar is a buzzing place with a large selection of drinks. 

Best local dish: Traditional Croatian dishes are cooked and stored under a 'peka', a clay pot directly over the fireplace. Meat, squid and octopus are roasted with potatoes and vegetables for a delicious, flavorful meal. Many local farms produce their own olive oil, so make sure to stock up on this Croatian delicacy while in Trogir. 

Local culture: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trogir has almost 2,500 years of history and culture with influences from Ancient Greece, the Romans and Venetians. The medieval part of the city has some of the best preserved buildings, houses and churches in the entirety of Central Europe. The architecture of Trogir is simply breathtaking and the best way to see the town is by foot, so take your time to walk the cobbled streets.

Best beach: Medena Beach lies along the Seget Riviera and is surrounded by a pinewood forest. It also has some water sports activities to enjoy, including beach volleyball and a basketball court. For a sandy oasis, visit Kava Beach.

IYC recommends: For amazing views of the town and surrounding hills, climb the tower of the St. Lawrence Cathedral. Kamerlengo Castle is an excellent place to spend a few hours and learn more about the history of Trogir and the various influences on the town.

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