1/14Best holiday resort in Croatia
Dubrovnik | With its old quarter, the harbour, and the historic town wall, Dubrovnik is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – and also the best holiday resort in Croatia.
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Pool villa for up to six people on the island of Korčula.3/14Refreshment required?
Dalmatia | Holiday homes with a pool offer you the best way of revitalising yourself. With one jump, you can cool off from the summer sun, swim, splash around and enjoy.
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View from a luxurious pool villa for up to 10 people directly located on the beach of Drašnice.4/14Pearl of the Adriatic
Makarska Riviera | Dalmatia’s coast is one of the most beautiful parts of the Mediterranean. You have a direct view of the water from these holiday homes and apartments on the gorgeous Makarska Riviera.
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5/14Best holiday resort in Croatia
Split | Beach holidays go hand in hand with cultural holidays here. This mixture has won you over and made Split the best Croatian holiday resort 2014 on the basis of the submitted reviews.
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Discover the beautiful Dalmatia
Dalmatia | The picturesque landscape of Dalmatia stretches from the island Rab in the northwest to the border with Montenegro in the southeast. Typical features of the coast in this traditional region are the fjord like bays as well as the islands off the coast. Cultural and touristic centres are the towns of Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Sibenik. In the small fishing villages and idyllic heartland you will find peace and seclusion. Beautiful sandy beaches are a special feature of the islands Rab and Pag. The other islands also are worth spending a vacation on. When on Pag don’t miss out on tasting the local delicassy feta cheese.
Worth a visit is Dalmatia's biggest city Split. Why do you not start at the Diokletian's Palace and take a stroll through the old town centre as well as along the promenade. Alternatively you could walk up to Marjan Hill where you have a wonderful view over the area. Should you want to take in some of the cultural treasures then we would recommend you to visit one of the larger museums of the town.
The Makarska Riviera provides you with some of the most charming beaches where you can relax and recharge those empty batteries. With the phenomenal setting of the Biokovo Mountains as a background make this location one of the unique parts of coastal strip to be found in Dalmatia.
In the south part of Dalmatia you will find the Konavle Valley also known as the “Garden of Dubrovnik”. A variety of vegetables as well as figs, olives and cypresses grow in these ideal surroundings. Equally important are the vineyards of this region that are spread out in this spacious valley. This diverse and fertile countryside invites you to go on extensive walks whilst enjoying the tranquillity that the area offers. Should you want to take in some of the local sights and sounds then you should visit the town of Cilipi where every Sunday folklore events take place.
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Apartment is air-conditioned and fully equipped with free high speed wireless and all taxes and fees included in the price.
Nearest market place is just 100m,bust ...
show more station 600m(bus number 37 ,Trogir-Split goes every 20 min.),connection from Split Airport is 5 km, fish and vegetables market,caffe bars,restauratns,banks,pharmacy etc. is also on 600m distance.
-Split-28km,Acy Marine 700m,Krka Waterfalls-70km,Primošten-35km.
If you are planning your summer vacation in Trogir and want to explore our rich culture heritage or you want just to swim or feel atmosphere of your own home,you are here on the right place.
For all information or service that you require during your stay,we are at your disposal.
Small fishing village Seget is located 2 km west from the historic town of Trogir, on the coastal road to Primošten and Šibenik.
Because of its geographical position and long tourist tradition Seget Donji is the largest settlement in the system of the municipality.
Historical sights ...
The old core of Seget is located inside a rectangular medieval castle
The Golden Gate of Diocletian's palace were made of stone from Seget's quarries.
In Seget you can see a Renaissance Tower from 1516. , property of wellknown family Statilić from Trogir.
Nearby Seget There are several churches; church of St. Danjela from the early Middle Ages, church Gospe od Ružarja which was built in 1758.
Seget can be proud of with a very diverse cuisine. Numerous restaurants and taverns offer a wide range of different dishes. Do not miss a meal in the pleasant ambience of restaurant Frenkie. Taste fresh seafood delicacies, drink a glass of fine wine and enjoy the local desserts.
Seget is an excellent starting point for hikers and bikers. Nicely decorated promenade and walkways lead you to Hotel Medena and Camp Vranjica beaches.
Seget Donji is a very suitable destination for families. There are plenty of beautiful pebble beaches with crystal clear sea, restaurants and bars. Along the beach is nicely decorated promenade to the hotel complex, where there are numerous facilities for children and water sports. Also within the hotel there are tennis courts, jogging track and other sports facilities that can benefit other guests and not just hotel guests.
In the evening you can dance to local music on the terraces of the hotel or restaurant or to visit some night clubs by the beach ..
The village has a small shop with good offer of food items. Fresh fruits and vegetables you can buy at a small market in the old town and the stalls along the main road.
Clinic, dental clinic and pharmacy are located in the Seget Donji center. Closest veterinary services are in Trogir . Postal and banking services you arrange also in the center. During the season regular boat line goes every 30 minutes from Seget Donji to Trogir and back.. Get in the boat in front of Marina Baotić (200 m from the house) and get off in Trogir on the Riva. Bus lines are also frequent.
Trogir Riviera has a great advantage to be located very close to Split airport. The airport is located just five kilometers from the city of Trogir. Split Airport is the second most range in Croatia and is associated with a large number of European cities from which most of the flying of national or budget airlines. The next closest airport is Zadar airport which is only 130 km away, and the Dubrovnik airport which is located 240 km.
Arrival in Trogir Riviera by car today is very easy and comfortable. Croatia has a highly developed network of highways, and today guests coming from all directions of northern Europe in Croatia, most of the time driving the highways. Croatians are very proud of the road between Zagreb and Split, called Dalmatina for which is considered to be one of the finest and most modern roads in Europe.
Located only 200 metres from a pebbly beach in Trogir, Apartments Ivona 2 offers air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi access. The UNESCO-protected historic Old Town of Trogir is 1 km from the property.
The accommodation provides both cable and satellite TV. Each unit features a fully equipped kitchen and outdoor ...
show more furniture where al fresco dining can be enjoyed. Private bathrooms are equipped with showers. Apartments come with a balcony or a terrace with sea views.
Apartments Ivona 2 provides a garden with barbecue facilities and a children's playground. A cafe bar is a 5-minute walk from the property, while a grocery shop and a restaurant can be found within 500 metres. Free private parking is provided.
A variety of churches and other historic buildings spanning architectural styles from the Romanesque to the Baroque period can be visited in Trogir's historic centre. Trogir Bus Station is 800 metres from the property, while Split Airport is 6 km away
show more the Greek settlers who came from the island of Vis and is one of the oldest cities in Mediterranean. The name Trogir most likely comes from the Greek name of a nearby mountain Kozjak (in free translation tragos - goat).
Town was built entirely of stone and because it preserved its antique look many visitors gave it a name “stone beauty” and “city of works of art”. The most important monument is three vaulted cathedral (13th – 15th century) with its known portal made by master Radovan in 1240.His work is a result of peculiar synthesis of Romanesque and Gothic style thus he became a trademark of Trogir’s sculpting as well as Croatian medieval art. In the mid 15th century construction of large Kamerlengo castle was completed (Camerlengo – lord’s treasurer). Within those city walls besides that fortress there were more than one gate to enter the town and above main north city gates there still stands a statue of Blessed John from Trogir (15th century). The interior of these walls is impressed with noble emblems or coats of arms which stand at the thresholds of numerous palaces and magnificent edifices that are still in great state of preservation and that once belong to respective noble families such as Small Ćipiko Palace, Great Ćipiko Palace, Lucić Palace and Garagnin Palace.
Interesting facts regarding Trogir and its surroundings
Trogir is often called city museum. Entire downtown and old city core can be seen on foot in precisely 750 steps and in that stroll one can see traces of rich history of Trogir from the Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Slavs and Croats.
The city is county centre but the whole district includes area around Rogoznica to Resnik, islands Small and Big Drvenik and half of the island Čiovo.
show more town a World Heritage site.
Being located in the middle of the eastern Adriatic coast, it is well connected with the rest of Croatia and Europe. Split international airport is only five kilometres away from the city, and Trogir has a direct connection to the A1 highway. The ferry port is located in Split (30 km from Trogir) and effectively connects the mainland to the islands.
The medieval streets, inside the shady courtyards of the old palaces hide many charming restaurants that offer the typical Mediterranean dishes and seafood menus. The most popular place in town is the seafront promenade, on the southern side of the island being at the same time a port for luxury yachts as well as a place of socializing and meeting on many open terraces of small cafes and restaurants.
Another attractive location in the town is the main square in front of the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, with the old city hall.
Things to see:
- Cathedral of St. Lovro with its Romanesque portal of Master Radovan and richly decorated Renaissance Chapel of St.Ivan. You can even climb 47 m cathedral tower for a delightful view
- Monastery of St. Nicholas where you can find relief of Kairos, the Greek god of happy moment, from 3rd century BC
- Town hall with a Gothic yard, Cipiko palace with its stunning triforium, Kamerlengo fortress
- Visit some of classical and folk concerts presented in churches and open squares as a part of Trogir summer music festival
is 1,5km distance from the city center of trogir.
The city of Trogir is a famous cultural and historical center, and is the listed building protected by UNESCO.
The house has a direct sea view, in the vicinity of 200 m is the gravel beach with ...
show more showers and beach volleyball court, cafe and restaurant.
The landlords has about: German, Italian and Englich language.
The house "Zoric" has 8 apartments some with 2 rooms which is well suited for families with 2-3 children.
Big terrace on the Community that is located on the 2nd floor of the house, they can use our stone fireplace or they read from the hostess entertain.
The house also has a large courtyard with its own parking. A private boat dock can be used by arrangement.
show more Zadar, as well as some of the Croatia’s most beautiful national parks.
The nearness to the Split Airport (5 kilometers) and a fast connection to the motorway (only 15 kilometers) make Trogir with its surrounding ports and islands an inevitable stop during your visit to Dalmatia. It is all those sunny days; too, what makes Trogir an ideal destination for adventurous experience of Dalmatia, holiday idleness and a run away from the mainland.
A town of history
Trogir was founded by the Greek colonists in the 3rd century BC. Throughout the history it was occupied by the Romans, the Byzantines, the Hungarians, the Venetians and Napoleon. Culture, humanism and architecture flourished here in the middle Ages; bulwarks and a tower which were built at that time within the ancient town nucleus defined its outlines. Trogir is today on the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe.
There is a mole where 4 times a day smaller boats travel to the center of Split as well as bigger ones to surrounding islands (Solta,Drvenik-blue lagoon,Brac,Hvar,Vis)
One day trips from Trogir to Plitvice Lakes ,Krka falls or ...
show more rafting on river Cetina in pirat town Omis fulfill everyone's wish.
Property no. 879563
from GBP 457for 1 week
Trogir, Dalmatia (Kaštela und Umgebung)
Holiday apartment for max. 5 personsApprox. 50 m², 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, pets are allowed (on request), satellite TV, WLAN, washing machine, dishwasher, beach approx. 200 m, sea approx. 50 m