TROGIR BOAT CHARTERS
The historic town of Trogia sits on the Adriatic Sea and is a lovely destination boat charters in Croatia. As part of Split and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Trogia has plenty to offer in both history and modern developments. One of the advantages of a boat charter to Trogir is the access to picturesque beaches and beautiful islands encased in fragrant lavender. In the villages and fishing ports, you will most certainly be greeted by friendly locals and quaint charm.
The town’s walls, built in the 15th century, add a unique element to the historic worth of Trogir. You will feel as if you’ve stepped back in time to the Medieval Period, as you walk the winding stone streets or approach the seafront boardwalk. The architecture varies between Romanesque and Renaissance styles. Some of the buildings that you should visit include the Venetian Cathedral of St. Lovro, the Church of St. John the Baptist, and the town hall, constructed in the 15th century. Located at the edge of the sea is the Kamerlengo Fortress. Built in the 14th century, tourists can walk the walls and enjoy the view from the top of the massive tower.
Boat charter guests can sail to nearby Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli to walk on the stunning beaches or enjoy the seclusion of a private cove. Trogir has its own picturesque beaches as well. Take time while on shore to enjoy a traditional Croatian meal, featuring fresh seafood, at The End in the old section of town.