Trogir I Holiday accommodation in Croatia
Discover and ancient history in a beautiful setting during your stay in one of our range of self-catering holiday accommodation in Trogir. It is a historic city where you will be able to find monuments and artefacts from periods throughout the last thousand years. Trogir is within easy reach of Split, the largest coastal town in Croatia, and it is a good base for exploring Dalmatia and the islands just off the coast - and by choosing to stay in one of our range of self-catering accommodation in Croatia in the area, you will have the best possible starting point for exploring everything on offer.
Unique history of Trogir
The Trogir Riviera spreads from village Sevid in the west, to Kastela at the outskirts of Split. In parts it feels as though you are stepping back in time - the entire center of the town is even listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The town has a rich culture, which has been influenced by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Venetians, and over 2300 years of continuous habitation. There is a plethora of palaces, churches, and even a fortress for you to explore during your stay in one of range of self-catering holiday accommodation in Croatia. Stroll around town on the orthogonal street plan which dates back to the Hellenistic period during your holiday in your chosen villas or apartments in Croatia.
Self-catering holidays in Trogir
Your holiday in Trogir begins when you choose your holiday home from our range of hand-picked holiday accommodation. Our self-catering holiday accommodation here come in many styles and sizes, so we are confident that we can offer you the right holiday home to suit your needs. Whether you are a large family needing lots of room, or a couple wanting a cozy property, you are sure to find what you are looking for in our portfolio. Wherever you choose, our holiday homes in this town offer you the comfort, privacy and convenience to enjoy everything that this lovely area has to offer. Take a boat or ferry trip to the islands Drvenik Mali or Drvenik Veli in Trogir archipelago.
Monuments in Trogir
Trogir is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Europe. Its medieval core, surrounded by walls, comprises of a preserved castle and tower and a series of dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. The church of St. Lawrence is the most significant work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in Croatia and worth seeing whilst staying in our chosen self-catering holiday accommodation in Croatia in Trogir.
Beautiful beaches and marvelous marinas
There are many great beaches in the Trogir region suitable for everyone but Pantan Beach is best for families with small children and Okrug Beach is best for those looking for beach bars and fun contents during their stay in one of our range of holiday accommodation in Croatia. The beaches on the islands Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali are little paradises of peace, sand and pebbles. Sailing is very popular in this part of Dalmatia and there are many marinas and ports in the Trogir area for you to explore. The waterfront is usually full of mega yachts but you can also hire smaller boats to explore the coastline yourself or take one of the many tours from Trogir to the islands.
Find your ideal holiday home from our range of Dalmatia holiday villas and enjoy Trogir with NOVASOL.