City of Trogir
TROGIR - 2800 years of history and life in this "treasury of art" town were always in balance giving the world a magnificent picture of cool and peace, which was recognized by UNESCO. Visit Trogir and feel the lush beauty of stone monuments, the mystique of the streets and vaults, coolness of the sturdy walls and bastions, the harmony of color and form of paintings and carvings.
Placed in the area of Mediterranean climate, Trogir with its 2700 sunny hours per year is a real treasure among other tourist destinations in Croatia. You can enjoy Dalmatian specialties prepared with natural ingredients, or classic continental food in over 100 bistros and restaurants in Trogir area. Do the evening walk through tiny streets and squares during the Trogir Summer Festival and enjoy in the Folk dances, Classical concerts...
City of Kastela
Seven nice old places, seven citadels (Kastela - in English: Citadels), are an integral part of the tourist area between Split and Trogir. Kastel Stafilic, Novi, Stari, Luksic, Gomilica and Sucurac together are Kastela Riviera one of favourite destinations of domestic and foreign tourists. Visitor opportunities include bathing, sports and recreation, as well as entertainment programs.
Kastel Luksic is a tourist resort in the central part of the Kastela Gulf, famous for the botanical garden with Mediterranean vegetation, as well as for nice pebble beaches. It has a 70-years-long tradition in tourism. The attractions of Kastel Kambelovac include nice beaches, numerous restaurants, a beautiful seaside promenade and the nearby hill Kozjak. Kastel Gomilica has nice sand beaches, suitable for children. Entertainment programs and dancing nights are regularly organized. The main festivity of the City of Kastela is the Municipal Day (4th of March).
Sports and recreational facilities include tennis courts, as well as various playgrounds for basketball, football and volleyball. Water sports equipment and boats are rented.
City of SplitSplit is the economic and administrative center of Middle Dalmatia, with about 200,000 inhabitants. It is also the jumping-off point for exploration of the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic. The site was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here. The importance of Diocletian's Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the buildings of succeeding historical periods built within its walls, which today form the very heart of old Split.
Split offers you it´s many charmes: the pines of the Marjan forest, the murmur of the sea and the sound of a dalmatian song on the stone streets of the city. Being aware of the importance of tourism, Split built a number of modern hotels, ant its face, turned to sea, has been adorned with a line of marinas, ranked among the most beautiful ones on the Mediterranean. Tourists have the privilege of seeing performances of top quality known as the Split Summer Festival.