Discover UNESCO listed town Trogir with unique examples of Romanesque-Gothic architecture in central Europe by walking through fortresses, churches, palaces and charming narrow streets of this historical town.
This beach is the perfect destination for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing in the sun with a crystal-clear sea and sandy bottom, then we are leaving to the other island Solta where you will have enough time for lunch in local restaurants or option to explore and refresh on beautiful beaches near Maslinica.
What to see?
Built on a small island, this charming little coastal town has been enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage List as an exquisite example of urban continuity. Discover its historical buildings, churches, palaces and the famous Kamerlengo fortress while wandering through its elegant narrow streets.
Located in a nearby area, the Blue Lagoon with its crystal-clear water is the perfect destination for everyone in search of a small piece of paradise close to Trogir. Whether you want to do some swimming and snorkeling or just relax on the beach and get away from the city noise, you'll find that escaping to the Blue Lagoon is the best option.
Šolta is an island situated in Dalmatia region, just south of the city if Split and west of the island of Brač. It is a small island, with a population of only 1700 inhabitants. The island is a perfect destination for all those in search of crystal-clear sea, secluded beaches, and delicious fresh food offering ideal conditions for a relaxing and quite holiday. Last spot is small authentic place Necujam Bay on island Šolta where you can refresh yourself, snorkelling and enjoy in true Dalmatian atmosphere.