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Accommodation in Trogir
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Trogir is located in Croatia, approximately 27 km west from Split. It is very beautiful and ancient port, since 1997 it is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trogir covers an area of 37 km2, its population exceeds 13,000 inhabitants. Trogir offers visitors a wide range of activities, there are many beautiful beaches in town.
In Trogir, our agency can offer more than 180 accommodation options. You can choose from hotels in categories 2* to 4*, as well as from bed & breakfasts, aparthotels, holiday homes, very popular are also apartments. Accommodation is spread on both - the mainland and the peninsula of Trogir. The most attractive part of the peninsula is an area close to Cathedral-St. Lawrence (Sveti Lovre), or fortress Kamerlengo (Tvrdava Kamerlengo). Almost all accommodation, that is located here offers beautiful views of the ancient city or the Adriatic Sea. Another popular area is near the city's port, on the peninsula Ciovo. Here we can offer accommodation in modern hotels, smaller bed & breakfasts or family apartments. Many hotels here are fitted with swimming pools and sunny terraces where you can fully enjoy relaxing with a good cocktail. The price of accommodation in Trogir ranges from 30 euros per night for a double room or studio, up to 300 Euros for more luxurious apartments or hotel rooms. The most luxurious accommodation in Trogir includes for example Villa Sveti Kriz or Villa Croned. The most popular accommodation are for example Delta Apartments, Aparthotel Bellevue Trogir, Villa Queen, Villa Kampanel, Monika Hotel, Hotel Sveti Kriz, Villa Tudor or Hotel Vila Tina.
The city was founded by Greek colonists as early as in the 3rd century B.C. The former settlement was named Tragurion, which means “Settlement under the Goat Hill”. Later in the 2nd century B.C., the city was conquered by the Romans, under whose government it became a major port. Around the city gradually settled in the new population - Croats. From the 8th to the 15th century, Trogir was very significantly evolved from the cultural, social, economic and artistic. In this period, there were built many important buildings along the walls that still surround the city. Later on, the city was also owned by the Normans and Byzantines. Since 1814, the Trogir was incorporated under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. This lasted until 1918. In the 20th century there were built new buildings and Trogir became a very popular health resort and also a popular tourist destination that has a lot to offer.
The closest airport is in Split. From the airport, there run a regular bus service to Trogir, the journey takes about 40 minutes. Trogir is a fairly small town, local residents but also tourists are mostly walking round the town. You can also rent a car or scooter here.
Since 1997, Trogir belongs to a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Around the city, there are historical walls, that were built between 13th and 16th centuries. The main dominants of the walls are fortress Kamerlengo (Tvrdava Kamerlengo) and defensive tower of St. Mark (kula Svetog Marka). The most famous monument of the city is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence (Sveti Lovre) from the 13th century, which has several parts - Radovan's portal, the chapel of St. John of Trogir, baptismal chapel from Adreiji Alesi and bell tower of the cathedral. On the square, you can find the National Urban Loggia (Gradska Loža), Clock Tower (gradskij toranj for SAT) or the town hall. Furthermore, in Trogir you can visit for example the church of St. John the Baptist, built in the Romanesque style, also the Mmonastery of St.. Nicholas or the Palace Lucic. There are also many museums with interesting exhibits, for example Municipal Museum (Gradskij men), Picture Gallery or Pinacoteca in the St. John the Baptist.
Budislaviceva 14, Trogir
Capitano offers rooms at the heart of the town’s historical centre, just 100 metres from the town’s port. Rooms are well-appointed and have free WiFi and air conditioning.
Vukovarska 4, Trogir
Located in Trogir, Villa Residence Burgus-Antium offers an à la carte restaurant, a large rooftop terrace with city views and free WiFi throughout. Kamerlengo Castle is 80 metres away.
Obrov 1, Trogir
Enjoying a privileged location in the old part of the UNESCO-protected mediaeval town of Trogir, the picturesque Hotel Fontana was built of high-quality and ecological materials. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Obala Bana Berislavica 22, Trogir
The only hotel situated on the promenade of the UNESCO-protected town of Trogir, Hotel Concordia is set between the Kamerlengo fortress and the St. Dominic Convent, close to many coffee bars and restaurants.
Kralja Tomislava 27, Trogir
Situated 200 metres from Trogir with its shops and restaurants, Apartments and Rooms Kasalo features air-conditioned units with a balcony. The nearest beaches on Ciovo Island are a 5-minute walk away.
Lucica 11, Trogir
Opened in 2016 and featuring a seafront location on Čiovo Island, Bifora Heritage Hotel is just 350 metres from Trogir Old Town. The hotel offers an on-site restaurant and a bar with a terrace that boasts views of the nearby marina and Trogir Old Town.
Ulica hrvatskih žrtava 53, Trogir
Featuring a spa and wellness area with a swimming pool and a terrace with views of the Adriatic Sea and the nearby marina, Hotel Rotondo offers air-conditioned accommodation in Seget Donji. Free WiFi is provided in all areas, while the historic core of Trogir can be reached in 1.5 km.
Gradska 15, Trogir
Boasting a supreme location as part of an ancient, UNESCO-protected building in the heart of Trogir on the main street, the small family-run Villa Carrara offers completely renovated modernly equipped accommodation. Guests can choose one of the luxurious rooms, have breakfast at the cosy restaurant or get a drink at the bar, where also one of the most delicious ice-creams in town, the Đovani Ice-Cream, is served.
Mornarska 17, Trogir
Located in the Trogir Old Town district in Trogir, a few steps from St. Peter's Church, Villa Kudelik - Stone Story features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property.
A. Stepinca 42, Trogir
Overlooking the Old Town of Trogir and the surrounding islands, Aparthotel Bellevue Trogir is situated 100 metres from the sea. It offers free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast.
Tudorski put 17 A-F, Trogir
Situated within a 5-minute walk from the beach, Apartments Delta offers air-conditioned apartments with balconies and free Wi-Fi. Its outdoor swimming pool has a wave effect, a hot tub section and panoramic views.
296 Ulica Hrvatskih žrtava, Trogir
Opened in 2017, Hotel Ola - Adults Only is located in Trogir and boasts a seasonal outdoor pool and a sun terrace with sea views. Guests can enjoy a meal at the à la carte restaurant, offering unique recipes based on Paleo diet and natural LCHF diet.