Why choose Trogir to Charter a Yacht
Hidden in the heart of Dalmatia like a pearl in a clam, Trogir (formerly Trau) is one of the oldest cities in the eastern Adriatic. The atmospheric old town, with its well-preserved Romanesque and Renaissance buildings, maze-like narrow streets and pretty fishing harbour, is a delight to explore.
The Cathedral of St. Lawrence, cobbled Central Square, St Michael’s Bell Tower, 15th-century Kamerlengo Fortress all add up to a very good reason why the town received Unesco World Heritage status in 1997.
Venetian influence is strongly evident here – no wonder, the Venetians ruled the town for around four centuries. In fact, the island town is virtually a replica of 16th-century Venice, with its collection of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture. An episode of Doctor Who, the British science fiction TV series, called The Vampires of Venice, was even filmed here.