Trogir's appearance does not give much away as one approaches from the sea, but once you are ashore and winding through the narrow city streets, you’ll soon understand why the town is such a popular tourist attraction . .. and why it is often described as one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns in Central Europe!
Visiting Trogir is like stepping back in time! The Greeks, the Romans and the Venetians have all left their mark here, but for us, the highlight of your tour may just be the Church of Saint Laurence's west portal - an intricate and fascinating piece of Romanesque-Gothic style work by the Trogir-born "Master", Rodovan, dated 1240.
On your way through the streets paved in stone, well polished due to traffic, pause to look into shops and ateliers, cafes and restaurants, galleries and gift shops, and if you are lucky enough to have a guide, be sure to listen well for the amazing stories of the island… and there are plenty, considering its 2,300-year history.
There’s a little restaurant, "Pasike", where the hostesses are dressed in traditional costumes and you are sure to be entertained by the amazing dishes that this local restaurant serves up.
Popular port for luxury yachts in Croatia to start or finish cruise.
This is memorable spot, too — and a nice place to finish off your cruise if you boarded in Dubrovnik. Sibernik is a coastal port town with plenty of good amenities and is close to the Krka National Park, which covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the Krka River. The top attractionn here are the magnificent waterfalls, including the famous Skradinski Buk falls… a must see when you are in Sibernik.
Base for many yachts in Croatia for all year around.