Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997, Trogir is a real medieval jewel enclosed within the walls on a small islet connected to the mainland.  

In the heart of Dalmatia, 20 km from Split, there is Trogir, a city with over two thousand years of history which, due to the impressive number of Baroque and Renaissance buildings, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historic center is truly special, enclosed in a small island protected by a wall, connected by two bridges to the mainland and to another island to the south, the island of Čiovo. Its narrow alleys overlook splendid Romanesque and Renaissance buildings, dating back to the period of greatest splendor of the city.