VILLA FANI RECOMMENDSThings to do in Trogir
If you ask me about the prettiest town/village in Croatia, my answer will be: Trogir.
While Croatia is rich in well-preserved towns and villages that are full of charm, somehow Trogir was even more beautiful to me than the others.
Trogir is set within medieval walls on a tiny island near the more famous city of Split on the Dalmatian Coast. Connected to the mainland by bridges, which make your arrival actually quite charming, you are off to a good start.
Whether you visit as a day trip from Split or make Trogir your base, you cannot go wrong with exploring this small town and discovering what it has to offer.
Surely you must be wondering about the best things to do in Trogir, the best attractions and activities, and about more Trogir travel tips.
Trogir is connected on both sides by a bridge. The bridge to Ciovo Island is small, and during the summer can get really crowded. Old town Trogir is charming with its narrow cobblestone streets, limestone buildings, and wide, seafront promenade. The entire town is a historical monument with a considerable number of churches, fortification towers, and palaces. Villa Fani - Apartments in Trogir, Croatia, is only 20 km from Split, the cultural, economic and traffic center of Dalmatia. It is a good starting point for a tour of Krka National Park, the shrine of Our Lady of Medjugorje or the Dalmatian islands of Brac, Hvar, Solta, Vis.Villa Fani is located near the airport Split - Kastela, Trogir ACI marina and Trogir waterfront which is used for boarding sailing agencies Riva Tours.