Is there a ferry from Split to Trogir?
Split to Trogir Ferries This ferry route to Trogir is currently served by 1 company: Bura Line. In the high season it runs 4 to 6 journeys per day, in total 38 times per week from Split. In the low season this route does not run. Journey time is between 1 hour and 1 hour 05 minutes depending on the route.
How can I get from Split to Trogir?
Getting to Trogir from Split Distance from Split to Trogir center is 30 km and it takes about 25 to 30 minutes to get there. The cheapest way is by bus 37 but keep in mind that bus from Split leaves from Sukoisanska bus hub (not at main bus station) which is 1,5 km walking from the city center.
How much time do you need in Trogir?
How Long Should You Spend? On the fastest of itineraries, you can walk through Trogir, climb the tower of the St. Lawrence Cathedral, and have lunch or dinner in about three hours. If you want to explore the town at a very leisurely pace, spend one night and one day here.
Is Trogir worth visiting?
Both Trogir and Šibenik are UNESCO World Heritage Sites (in Šibenik it is the cathedral that is listed) and in my opinion are both well worth visiting if you have the time in your Croatian itinerary. In fact Trogir was named the best city-island in the world by National Geographic in 2015.
Are there beaches in Trogir?
The best known and most popular beach in Trogir Riviera is certainly the beach in Okrug Gornji. Only 3 km from the historic town of Trogir on the south side of Ciovo Island stretches over 2 km long beautiful pebble beach known as “Okrug Copacabana “.
What is the nicest part of Croatia to visit?
Best places to visit in Croatia
- Rab – for sand.
- Brač – for postcard-perfect pics.
- Pag – for partying.
- Lopud – for beaches.
- Plitvice Lakes National Park for nature.
- Istria for never-ending views.
- Telašćica Nature Park for a time capsule.
- Dubrovnik for historic sights.